LCR Young Combined Authority - Sign up Now!
Applications are now open to young people aged 13 to 18 – up to 25 for those with special educational needs or a disability – who live in Halton, Knowsley, Liverpool, Sefton, St Helens or the Wirral.
The youth-led authority is set to launch in September, with up to 20 members, representing all of the city region’s local authority areas, and will work closely with youth combined authorities in other areas of England.
The representatives will scrutinise and influence the policies and decisions of the Combined Authority, which is headed by Mayor Steve Rotheram.
They will work across key policy areas including transport, economic development, housing, jobs and skills, the environment, digital connectivity and culture.
The Cheshire and Merseyside Adult Gender Identity Collaborative (CMAGIC) is a partnership of clinicians, commissioners, providers and service users involved in the support and care of transgender and non binary individuals within Cheshire and Merseyside.
CMAGIC is supporting the delivery of a new specialist gender identity clinic available to individuals living in Liverpool, South Sefton, Halton, Knowsley, Southport and Formby, St Helens, Cheshire, Vale Royal and Warrington, aged 17+.
Merseyside Society for Deaf People (MSDP)
The MSDP offer a range of services, such as British Sign Language Training, Social Work, Support Work, Building Audits, Equipment and Interpreter booking and more.
In the UK, there are about 20,000 children under 16 years old who are moderately to profoundly Deaf. About 12,000 of these were born deaf. There are more than 30,000 deaf children and young people.
Their courses are free for students' living in Chester & Cheshire West, Merseyside or Greater Manchester. Aged 19- 23 (with basic GCSE's) and are claiming UC/ESA/PIP benefits! Alternatively, Grayce provides courses for 16-18.
However, no requirements for anyone over 23.
Options are Coding for beginners or Cyber Security, dependant on skill set.
Kooth - Mental Health
Kooth.com is a mental health and wellbeing platform that offers online counselling support. The service can be accessed by anyone aged 11 to 25.
There are no costs, no waiting lists, no referrals and no criteria required to access the service. It is accredited by the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and delivered by Kooth PLC the UK’s largest digital mental health provider.
Everton in the Community - SCORE EVENT
Everton in the Community and The Prince’s Trust have partnered to launch a programme which will provide opportunities for young people to start an exciting career in the Health and Social Care sector.
The programme, S.C.O.R.E (Supporting Careers Opportunities, Recruitment and Employment) will work with individuals aged 16-30 from across the Liverpool City Region who are looking to start or even change their career, by providing training, employment support and recruitment into jobs and apprenticeships in the health and social care sector.
Job roles in the sector also include: IT, catering, finance, administration, facilities management and logistics.
National Career Service - Group Sessions
The National Careers Service provides free,
impartial information, advice and guidance on careers, skills and the labour market in England.
They will help you to figure out what you need to do to get where you want to be, and work with you to put a plan in place to get you there.
The Reader - Work Experience Opportunities
Find out more about the incredible work experience opportunities on offer at The Reader - Calderstones.
Merseyside Fire & Rescue - Prince's Trust
A unique opportunity for 16-25 year olds
to develop new skills & experience.
- Develop key social & practical skills by problem
solving & working with others
- Access career advice & improve job prospects
- Give something back by taking part in a
- Make new friends, boost confidence & self esteem
Access support and information to help find hundreds of potential careers in the NHS.
Programmes & Services
Whether you are looking for the right website to learn more about Universal Credit, need help on careers advice or want to find out what other support measures are available – our partners are here to help.
Want to learn more about a potential career? Use our sector-led FAQs and guides to help make the right decision.
YouthHub by Be-More is here to help find the support you need to make the most of your skills and talents. Bringing together a wide range of content, events and services including employment, education and training, we want to offer you the building blocks to be successful in work, life and your community.
Together with partners, our offer provides access to support through both this website and several hub locations, situated across Liverpool City Region.
Whether you’re eager to find employment, start your own businesses or build up your interview and CV experience – we are here to help and ensure you always have the opportunity to be more.
Use our interactive calendar to find and join both virtual and physical events relevant to you – from self-employment and training, to health and wellbeing – collated from dozens of partner organisations across our region.