Boost your career prospects with a free Prince’s Trust course

The Manchester College is offering young people an exciting chance to improve their job prospects by gaining a nationally recognised qualification for free with the Prince’s Trust.

The 12-week, full-time course is available to 16-25 year olds who are unemployed and will give them the chance to develop key skills such as teamwork and problem-solving to improve their career prospects.

Activities include residentials, community work, work experience, CV development and much more.

It’s a great opportunity to gain new skills, meet people and have fun while earning a highly regarded qualification. The course will include a five-day team-building experience designed to encourage participants to step out of their comfort zones.

Any benefits being claimed by participants will be protected and the only requirement for the course is a desire to improve personal skills.

The courses will run in four locations, starting on 30 April:

  • Eccles
  • Gorton
  • Hollins
  • Trafford.

Courses will also run at these five locations, starting on 8 May:

  • Harpurhey
  • Heywood Hyde
  • Manchester
  • Stockport
  • Wythenshawe.

To register your interest, contact Project Team Leader Liam Redmond on 0161 920 3312 or

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6th April 2018

By Ben Hall