Nacro - Stockton Training Centre
Nacro offers a variety of training opportunities for young people
Study Programme – aimed at 16-18 years (up to 24 years with a disability or learning difficulty)
The YES project (ESF Funded) – aimed at young people who are struggling to commit to full time training but need to make a tentative step towards this, aimed at 16-18 years who are NEET (up to 24 years with a disability or learning difficulty)
Alternative Education Programme – aimed at young people for whom school is not working out for them, aimed at 14 – 16 years old (there is a cost attached to this programme)
We offer four vocational areas – Construction, Horticulture, Hairdressing and Retail – these courses can be studied at Entry Level or Level 1. We also offer support to gain qualifications in Maths, English, employability, progression and pastoral support.
Who to contact
Where to go
- N A C R O
22 Hutchinson Street
Stockton Town Centre
- TS18 1RW
In addition to the above information Nacro has over 45 years of experience in dealing with adults and young people involved in the criminal justice system and offering support to reduce re-offending. Over the years we have built excellent relationships with Youth Offending Services, Social Services etc. and this holistic ‘wrap around’ service is an effective support for our young people.
Parents/Carers/Young People can self refer using the contact details below (Ask to speak to Ann/Julie/Jools).
Our services can be accessed via Youth Direction, where they will make the referral or you can speak to your probation or social worker and ask them to contact us on your behalf.
No cost for Study / YES Programmes
Alternative Education programme - £45 per day
Study Programme Learners – Monday through to Thursday, 9am – 2:30pm each day
Alternative Education and YES Project – days / hours by arrangement.
We provide an education service for the young people of Stockton and surrounding areas that require support and guidance to enable them to engage, participate, achieve and progress accordingly. A friendly, caring, supportive environment with an individualised programme to suit each young person needs
No specific eligibility criteria – Referrals are normally NEET or disengaged, no qualifications needed as support is available, looking to try another career direction, etc.
All referrals have an initial informal interview and are then offered a taster day to decide whether the programme is suitable for them, this can be their start date or a further date can be arranged to suit each individual. An induction / assessment period of up to 6 weeks is then undertaken where they find out more about the programme, chance to learn more about the centre, meet all centre staff, decide whether it is the right course for them, participate in the centre activities on offer and learn about Health & Safety, processes and procedures whilst on programme. A decision can be made during this 6 week period to determine suitability for the programme.
The building is not fully wheelchair accessible as there are steps at the front of the building and access to the first floor is limited. There have been some improvements made to aid auditory and visual requirements. A changing facility is available but space is limited and is on the first floor of the building with no lift access. Arrangements would be looked at dependant on individualised need through risk assessment processes to determine accessibility.
- Contact Name
- Ann Jarvis
- Contact Telephone
- 01642 615554
- Contact Email
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