Life Skills Project 2017

I enjoyed the activities and meeting others. It’s helped motivate me to actually get out the house.”

It’s given me a much bigger open mind. I’ve been able to smile and laugh, express myself and not feel judged around others. It’s given me a big massive boost of confidence and I believe more in myself and my choices.”
– 2016 Life Skills Participants


Are you 16-24,
Not in full-time employment, education or training
and want to increase your confidence, meet new people and gain new skills?





LYT’s Life Skills Project consists of 8 creative sessions across 4 weeks. Each session will involve fun and interactive activities, using creative methods to help you focus and develop skills for your professional future. You will develop skills in interview techniques, identifying positive qualities and conflict resolution. The sessions are built around what you want to learn. No experience of drama is required. You’ll be able to gain three AQA Unit Awards through taking part.

Past participants have gone on to other projects within LYT and reengaged with education and training programmes.

WHEN IS IT? 8 Daytime Sessions, 11-3pm On Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 14th November to 6th December.

WHO IS IT FOR? 16-24 YEAR OLDS not in full-time Education, Employment or Training

WHAT IS IT? A creative programme to develop your skills, confidence, well-being and support you into Education, Training or Employment.

WHAT YOU GAIN? Confidence, meet new people, develop skills to help you in your life goals, and gain 3 AQA Accreditations.

HOW DO I SIGN UP? Call/txt SOPHIE on 07435 969 157 or email

The Life Skills Project is supported by:


and the Sir William Boreman Foundation

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