Bristol WORKS aims to make quality experiences of work and apprenticeships available to every young person.
Our Aims Bristol WORKS Objectives
To support those who face the greatest challenges in accessing learning, skills and employment across the City and to help these young people access post 16 pathways more readily.
To equip future generations with the passion and skills to make positive life choices regardless of their background.
Recognised that there are more opportunities for young people to engage with the working world than just a traditional work experience.
Using an experience of work framework WORKS collaborates with schools, provisions and employers to develop a bespoke careers plan and programme of activity for students that is both aspirational and showcases the diverse opportunities available within the City.
Further information about the type of activity that has been developed can be viewed in news.
Our Process Building on existing good practice, WORKS will
Employers and learning providers are co-creating opportunities to equip people with the skills and qualities they need in the workplace.
Young people are participating and gaining insights into the wide range of career opportunities available.
Employers are recruiting skilled people who are ready to meet business needs
Our Delivery WORKS is supporting and facilitating
‘WORKS depends on the active support of local employers across all sectors who can help us make a real active difference to the lives of all of our young people’
– Marvin Rees, Mayor of Bristol