The Welsh Government has authorized Cordis Bright to undertake a national mapping exercise to gather information about voluntary sector provision that can support young people between 14 and 18 to engage or remain engaged with education, training and employment (ETE).
What is Cordis Bright?
Cordis Bright provides consultancy, advice and research aimed at improving public services.
They have particular expertise in:
- Children and youth’s services;
- Adult social care;
- Criminal justice;
- National Health Service.
Their work falls into 5 main areas:
- Performance improvement;
- Audits and investigations;
- Reviews and evaluations.
What are the aims of the Cordis Bright mapping exercise?
The aims of the mapping exercise are to:
- Improve the profile of voluntary organizations working in this field.
- Increase the local provision maps used by forefront workers who support youth who are not in school or further education, employment or training (NEET) or who are at risk of quitting school or becoming NEET.
- Foster closer partnership working between the voluntary and public sectors.
- Support delivery of the Youth Engagement and Progression Framework to ensure that youth are supported to engage and progress within ETE.
By participating in the mapping exercise, you can:
- Increase awareness of your organization amongst professionals working with young people.
- Ensure that these professionals have correct information about why and how to refer young people to your programmes/projects.
- Support improved information sharing and partnership working for the benefit of young people.
- Contribute to a more complete picture of voluntary sector provision to support young people aged 14-18 to engage and progress within ETE.
How to contact Cordis Bright
23-24 Smithfield Street
London EC1A 9LF
Nearest Tube Stations
Telephone: 020 7330 9170