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Youth Employability Programme North Ayrshire Now Recruiting

Are you 16-19years old and looking for a way into training, education or employment opportunities? Impact Arts’ ‘Creative Pathways’ youth employability programme may be what you’re looking for!

This is an exciting 18 week programme with a choice of 2 pathways. Chose between either skills in fashion design and business, or landscape design and creative community regeneration (Urban Green). In addition to learning invaluable creative skills in the workshops, you’ll also gain retail and customer service skills, enterprise experience, an opportunity to work with clients on commission work as well as team building activities and personal development support. The Creative Pathways programmes also culminate in a final graduation showcase.


Urban Green

  • Interviews: 20th-22nd November Start date: Tuesday 26th November
  • Workshops run Tuesday – Friday 9.30am-4.30pm based in Irvine
  • Weekly Training allowance and travel warrant

If you think Creative Pathways is for you or to hear more about the programme please contact Kirsty on 01294 273051 or email kirsty@impactarts.co.uk


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