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By UKSA (UK Sailing Academy)
Transformational youth education charity to increase unique development programmes by 1000% - and across the UK
By Capita Conferences
This Conference comes at a critical time for preparing for the September 2013, when all young people will be required to participate in education or training until they turn 17.
Simon Samuels has joined the youth maritime training Academy UKSA as Head of Fundraising as the charity gears up to deliver new educational initiatives for disadvantaged young people in its 25th anniversary year.
By Gina Visram, Skinners' Academy
Upcoming Careers Awareness Fair gets set to create “yes we can” mentality. Skinners' Academy has invited NE London schools (in Hackney, Haringey, Islington, Tower Hamlets) to a Careers Awareness Fair in a bid to raise student aspirations.
With the new school year underway, leading youth maritime charity UKSA has received a grant of £6,000 from the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Community Foundation to ensure that all its students can complete their studies.
By Bob Little
Quasar is offering help to anyone in the UK who feels that they could get a job if they had good enough IT skills.
By Capita Conferences
Capita’s 13th National Not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET) Conference is taking place on Monday 31st October 2011 in Leeds
Youth maritime charity UKSA has called for politicians to include charitable organisations in immediate talks to address the issues underlying the riots and looting in London and other UK cities.
THE personal and professional achievements of 100,000 extraordinary people will be celebrated when the youth maritime charity UKSA launches its 25th anniversary year during Cowes Week.
By Bob Little
A group of unemployed young people in Bedfordshire have not only improved their job prospects and their overall confidence levels but have achieved a professional business qualification as well.
Following the success of Channel 4’s show Dream School, one of its students has received funding to train on a Watersports Internship at leading youth maritime charity UKSA.
You’re hired! – 71% find work after six months’ expert training
Charity invests in new educational programmes to help job seekers and NEETS

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