We’re delighted to have four new trustees on board to support ThinkForward as we start implementing our new five-year strategy. Asi Panditharatna is the Divisional D [..]
ThinkForward is a long-term coaching programme that gets young people ready for the world of work.
We develop the skills that young people need, help them overcome the challenges that keep them from succeeding, and facilitate employability activities to broaden their horizons and provide experience of the workplace.
Our ThinkForward programme works with young people who face challenges on their path to success to get them ready for the world of work.
The DFN-MoveForward programme develops the work-readiness of young people with mild to moderate learning difficulties.
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ThinkForward and DFN-MoveForward work across four regions of the UK.
We're proud of our results and of our young people – 86% of ThinkForward's 2019 graduates are in education, employment or training.
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Our ThinkForward programme works with young people who face challenges on their path to success to get them ready for the world of work. Our coaches are based in schools in London, Nottingham and Kent.
The DFN-MoveForward programme works in London, Kent and the West Midlands with young people who have mild to moderate learning disabilities with the aim of supporting them into sustainable paid employment.
“I wish we could have ThinkForward in every school in Nottingham. They offer a really unique combination of long-term support to students by enabling them to have better and more successful experiences at school and crucially get experience of the world of work. ThinkForward has made a big impact and I’m looking forward to seeing more of our young people have brighter futures thanks to their work.”
— Alex Norris, MP for Nottingham North
We’ve been thinking hard about the implications of Covid-19 on the young people on our programme, particularly those due to leave this summer. In the light of the ch [..]