The new NOLB business agreements will be implemented throughout the city, with the supply divided into five hubs: two in the north, two in the south and one in the city centre. Activity agreements are for people between the ages of 15.5 and 19, but up to the age of 26 for people with multiple barriers, as outlined in the NOLB Emerging Best Practice Guide. Committed employees work with young people to agree on a set of tailor-made activities, to encourage them and help them take the next step towards a positive goal. An activity agreement is an individual set of activities and learning, based on the needs and interests of a young person. It can be a series of activities – music, art, sports, outdoor activities – and can be flexible to the suggestions of young people. The aim is for a young person to be more confident at the end of a programme and to feel ready to move on to education, training or employment. The activity agreements are open to 16-19 year olds who are unemployed and need additional help to help them develop their skills in access to formal education or employment. You may be entitled to an educational assistance allowance if you participate in an activity agreement. An activity agreement is an agreement between a young person and a counsellor for the young person to participate in an apprenticeship and activity programme to help them prepare for formal learning or employment. No One Left Behind (NOLB) Activity agreements are an option for young people who leave school or do not feel safe to move on to university, training or employment.
They help build new skills and build self-confidence. The service provides regular support to a young person through a NOLB Activity Agreement Coach and works on an individual plan to help them achieve their goals. Participants can also benefit from the living allowance. RT @DWPScotPartners: You can get help from #AccessToWork if you have a disability, a physical or mental health condition that makes it difficult. To participate, a young person must be between 151/2 and 26 years old and not undergoing work, training or training. Updates and up-to-date information on the services that support managers and frontline employees in the JUFJ employability network.. . . .