Team Online for Delivery Partners
Explore Team Online for Delivery Partners for downloadable resources, information on qualifications, training, marketing and much more.
In 25 years, Team Delivery Partners and Team Leaders have helped 187,000 young people to complete the programme.
Team is a 12-week personal development programme which aims to increase confidence, motivation and skills and, as a result, enable young people to move into employment, education, training, volunteering or apprenticeships. Last year, we worked with 9,952 young people across the UK – find out more in our 2015-16 factsheet (pdf, 419kb).
The below sections contains all the information you need to help you deliver and manage the Team programme effectively.
We have now launched our online paperwork forms for all Teams beginning on or after 30th April.
Team paperwork forms tutorial
Follow this link to start submitting information.
Please contact your programme executive if you need support.
Embedding Mental Health Literacy on Team - From April 2018
Since launching our Mental Health Strategy (pdf, 248kb) in 2016, The Trust has made significant steps towards supporting young people with their mental health. Part of our approach is to enhance Mental Health Literacy across all programmes, ensuring that staff, volunteers and delivery partners have access to the knowledge and resources to promote positive mental health.
The Team programme has been selected first to be enhanced with Mental Health Literacy. Through our partnership with leading youth mental health charity, Young Minds, The Trust aims to ensure that all young people are given the opportunity to talk about mental health, emotional well-being and resilience, and where they can get help. Mental health Literacy is the overarching approach that we have taken both Trust wide and as part of this project, however the resource pack and young people facing content will reference ‘mental wellbeing’ and ‘resilience’.
In April 2018 we will be launching the first phase of project delivery and evalutation across 35 Teams in South, Central and North England and gathering evaluation via control groups in Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland. Find out more about this project, how it will affect your Teams, and when you will know more.