Young people learning Skills for Life

Young people learning Skills for Life

MEaP Academy Community Education Centre has just been award European funding to work with young people aged 18-25 from around the Northwest on developing their enterprise skills.

MEaP Academy Community Education Centre has just been award European funding to work with young people aged 18-25 from around the Northwest on developing their enterprise skills. In these unstable times where the threat of rising unemployment is looming because of the ramifications of COVID-19, how can our young people navigate themselves through these challenges?

Henry Ngawoofah, one of the Directors of MEaP Academy Community Education Centre said, “I am passionate about enterprise and I believe that our young people especially those who fall into the NEET category, need to be encouraged to have an entrepreneurial spirit that will enable them to find opportunities for themselves in any condition but especially right now”. Henry feels that sessions around personal portfolio career building, leadership and team building skills and the development of interpersonal skills are vital for the entrepreneurial success of our young people.

The sessions will be twice monthly and will run from October to March 2020 on MEaP Community Education Centre’s digital learning platform.

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