An event at Preston College next week will explore ways to deliver Safe and Healthy Training Programmes to Young People.
Organisers say the event is aimed at people who deliver courses, support or represent Apprentices, Traineeships, Trainees or on other Occupational Training Schemes.
Janet Newsham has organised the event and is a Project Worker for Greater Manchester Hazards Centre which is a health and safety organisation supporting trade union representatives, workers and their families with health, safety and welfare issues.
Come along and learn how to engage young people on health and safety, on employment rights, mental health and how we can continue to support them on their learning journey in and outside work in a fun, packed morning of activity and discussion.”
The event covers a range of areas including:
- Apprentices in Action
- The value of Mentoring inside work
- Defining and Placing young people in safe and healthy work places
- Unite in Schools
- Training Safe delivering an App and other support
- Trade Union Education delivering Mentoring, Mental Health Awareness and other training
The event is being held on Wednesday 10th April from 10.00 – 13.00 and is supported by the Union Learning Fund with Unionlearn Projects Officer Mark Rowe on hand to discuss apprenticeship programmes.