Scott Street Learning Agreements
|Address||68-86 Scott Street, Perth, PH2 8JW|
|Agency Brief||@Scott Street is an information and counselling service for young people run with young people|
|Target Client Group||Young People aged 16-19 who are currently not in education, employment or training. (NEET)|
Activity agreement - An individual programme developed between a young person (16-19) and a trusted professional (Next Step Coach)
Stage 1 - Referral, Engagement and Assessment
Young people are identified through a number of outreach activities and self-referrals, once a young person has been identified they will be assessed to clarify their needs, through this process the trusted professional and the young person will develop a personalised action plan. Once this has been completed and it is felt that an Activity Agreement is appropriate then the paper work can be completed and submitted to @Scott Street.
Stage 2 - Barrier removal
1:1's - @Scott Street offers an array of 1:1 support and guidance for young people who are not in education, employment or training and have been identified as suitable for an Activity Agreement. The Young person and their trusted professional will create a timetable which at this stage will see a range of partners agreeing key activities to be undertaken.
|Eligibility||Young People aged 16-19 who are currently not in education, employment or training. (NEET)|
|Referral||We receive referrals through schools, partner agencies and self-referrals.|
|Outcome||Sustainable positive destination|
|Progression||Young People can be expected to move into destinations such as employability fund, volunteering, paid employment, further training opportunities and further education.|
Stage 1 Referral / Engagement activity
Examples of this is early engagement activity, identification of client need and development of an action plan.
Stage 2 Barrier removal
Examples of this is barrier removal activities and confidence building, support to develop core skills such as numeracy and literacy, holistic activities linked to individual needs and employability skills.
To learn more about the different stages, please read our Employability Pipeline [360Kb] page.