16 To 24 Research Paper

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Young people at the aged of 16 and over had been given the opportunity either to leave school and start employment or to stay and continue with their education. Many do still choose one of these options.
However, the level of unemployment for the age of 16 to 24 have been on the increase in the past 10years. The government came up with a new proposition as post 2007 which is known as the September Guarantee, which gave teenagers and young adults more opportunities or choices.
The government guarantee states that for every young people who leaves compulsory education by the end of September, in that same year that person will have a place in further education of some kind. This was to avoid the situation known as NEET". NEETS are young people …show more content…

SEPTEMBER GUARANTEE: the details •continue with full or part time education in school or Sixth form college or with an independent training provider. •A full time job or volunteering role, this must be 20hours per week or more, together with part time training or education. •Get an apprenticeship or program led apprenticeship which must include both the training element and a job or work place.
In order to make these possible, the role of availability for courses and schemes lies on the local authority. The local authority are expected to oversee all opportunities available in their locality. The government does not consider it good enough for local authority because there aren't much places on courses to fulfil the requirements.
The local authority are expected to also make information available for 13years old upwards, to enable them participate in suitable training program when the need arrive.
Question: Question 4
Answer: SCHOOL …show more content…

They have a particular focus on helping children to take part in school and learning, as well as every day life. The type of services they provide may include: information presentation for parents and team members; introduction of equipment or resources; training teachers aids in a way they can support the child; adaptation of the child classroom set up.
SLTS are health professional who work with children who have difficulties with speech, language and communication problem. They make observations on children and support them on one to one basis, using simple language to make it easy for the children to understand. SLTS also work closely with parents and other professionals, such as practitioners or occupational therapist.
Some work locally with school or available to visit the school when needed

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