The Skill Mill Newcastle: Partnership with Urban Green
Urban Green Newcastle is an independent charity responsible for the management and upkeep of the city’s 33 parks and 61 allotment sites. The Skill Mill Newcastle work in partnership with Urban Green, as part of a North of Tyne Community Led Local Development (CLLD) project.
The Skill Mill is currently looking for young people who would like to take part in a training scheme as part of the partnership. Trainees will be able to spend 4 weeks on the project. They’ll have opportunities for progression after their 4 weeks, achieve an AQA award, create a CV and gain invaluable practical real work experience. No previous work experience or qualifications are necessary.
The feedback about the impact of the training scheme has been outstanding:
"He mentioned again on the phone today how much he is enjoying the training scheme, I don’t think I have actually heard as much enthusiasm in his voice before so I would just like to say thank you again for your help in getting him this opportunity!"
Nick Cassidy, Newcastle United Foundation
If you or someone you know would like to join the training scheme, please email us.
You can find out more about the partnership between Urban Green and The Skill Mill Newcastle by clicking here.
European Structural and Investment Funds: The Skill Mill Limited is receiving up to £59,530.75 of funding from the England European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme 2014-2020. The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government and the Department for Work and Pensions (and in London the intermediate body Greater London Authority) are the Managing Authorities for European Reginal Development Fund and European Social Fund funding through the Growth Programme, funds established by the European Union to help local areas stimulate their economic development. By investing in projects the funds will help to support innovation, business, skills and employment to improve local growth and create jobs. For more information visit: https://www.gov.uk/european-growth-funding.