The reason Warrington LIFE contact you is because it’s a legal requirement for every local authority to gather and collate information on young people’s destinations. They have to find out if they are in work or are seeking work, or if they are in education or training.
‘Local authorities are responsible for tracking young people’s participation in education and training. They record information about young people’s current activity, their characteristics and aspirations. This provides them with the information they need to support young people to engage in education and training, identify those who are not participating and to plan services to meet young people’s needs.’ DfE, Dec 2013
Career for Young People’s advisers keep track of all young people that aren’t in education, training, or a job. It’s our job as a team to help these young people return to one of these. These are known as ‘destinations’.
Destinations can be confirmed in the following ways:
If we still haven’t been able to confirm a destination we may send letters about this. If this doesn’t work we may also look to make a home visit.
We are required to have the following information:
The information is collected and reported to the Department of Education who use this information to:
More information and useful links:
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Last Updated: 30th January 2020