Why run Achieve in your school or centre?
We work with over 500 schools every year to help young people increase their confidence and develop the skills that they need to succeed in school and beyond.
How does it work?
Achieve can be run in secondary schools or alternative education settings throughout the UK. It's completely flexible; you can choose whether to run the programme over a few months or a few years. We will be here to help you decide which format will work best for you.
What's involved in the programme?
The programme is made up through delivering a range of units and modules which contribute towards a recognised Prince's Trust qualification and the personal, social and health education of students. All of the units help young people to develop skills in key curriculum areas, preparing them to succeed in whatever they choose to do next.
The menu of units available is split into six modules:
- Skills for school
- Personal, social development
- Life skills
- Active citizenship
- Enterprise Projects
- Preparation for work
As Achieve is flexible and youth-led, you can choose your own combination of units according to what will most benefit your young people.
We also have a network of partners who we can work with to provide your group with extra opportunities for skill development. These activities allow young people unique opportunities to discover new interests and learn about the world of work.