TRAC 11-24 is a project supporting young people aged 11-24 disengaging with education and at risk of becoming NEET (not in Education, Employment or Training).
A young person taking part will benefit from health and wellbeing support which will support their continued engagement in education. It gives them access to an alternative curriculum which will allow them to undertake accredited qualifications linked to local labour market opportunities and will also improve their attainment.
The aim of the project is to reduce the number of young people aged 11-24 at highest risk of becoming NEET in North Wales, through a range of interventions that will compliment but not duplicate mainstream services.
TRAC 11-24 is an EU funded project, receiving support from ESF Priority Axis 3: Youth Employment and Attainment; Specific Objective 2 (reducing the number of young people aged 11-24 at highest risk of becoming NEET in North Wales).
The project is being led by Denbighshire County Council, working in partnership with the following joint beneficiaries:
- Anglesey County Council
- Gwynedd County Council
- Conwy County Borough Council
- Flintshire County Council
- Wrexham County Council
- Grwp Llandrillo Menai
- Coleg Cambria
- Careers Wales
The project is going to be delivered by a team across North Wales; including Project Support Officers, Counsellors, Careers Advisors and Employment Liaison officers.
Should you need any more information about the TRAC project in your area, you can call your local team on:
Anglesey - 01248 752966
Conwy - 01492 574297
Denbighshire - 01824 708025
Flintshire - 01352 704125
Gwynedd - 01286 679470
Wrexham - 01978 367100
The TRAC regional team are:
Siân Morgan Jones - Regional Project Manager
Anita Davies – Regional Finance Officer
Dewi Jones – Regional Monitoring & Compliance Officer
Rachel Williams – Regional Marketing and Administrative Officer
Should you need any more information about the management of the project, you can contact the team above.