Young People Schools & Colleges Parents & Carers
A new service for 13-24 years olds

Young People Salford Connexions now work with young people aged 13-24 (and up to 25 for those with learning difficulties and disabilities).

We work with young people who are not in education, employment or training to help them move into new opportunities.

Our service includes:

  • Careers advice
  • Advice and support to apply for apprenticeships
  • Job-searching
  • CVs, job applications and interview preparation
  • Information and advice on local, training opportunities (paid and unpaid)
  • Help with housing, benefits, pregnancy, drug and alcohol issues and mental health difficulties
We offer a drop-in service at a number of venues across Salford. Just turn up, no appointment needed.

Click to find your nearest centre.

Please contact us with any enquiries or if you would prefer to book an appointment with an adviser in your area.

Tel: 0161 603 6850

Email: salford@connexionslive.com  

Schools and Colleges

Schools and Colleges This part of the website provides an overview of the services GMCP offers to schools and colleges. It is set in the context of the changing structures for all children and young people's services signalled by Every Child Matters, Youth Matters and the 14-19 Education and Skills Implementation Plan.

Over the next year we will be responding flexibly to these changes working collaboratively with local authorities, schools, colleges and emerging collaborative arrangements to meet the needs of young people across the area and to support raised aspirations and attainment, increased progression and a reduction in those young people who do not engage post-16. In particular over the next year we aim to:

  • Ensure our services meet the new Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG) standards, and support partners to also meet these standards so that all young people receive their entitlement to IAG
  • Maintain targeted support to young people with complex needs including those with learning difficulties and/or disabilities
  • Support 14-19 curriculum developments including careers education
  • Make appropriate contributions to ECM outcomes for all young people
To find out more about our services to schools and colleges, please visit our Career Connect site.

Parents and Carers

Parents and Carers Salford Connexions service has changed and we now work with young people aged 13-24 (and up to 25 for those with learning difficulties and disabilities).

We support young people who are not in education, training or employment to help them access opportunities. We offer a drop-in service at a number of venues across Salford where we offer young people support with a range of issues.

Click to find your nearest centre.

We recognise that your encouragement and support can make a big difference to your child’s success and can help you by making sure that you have the information and advice you need to support your child with the choices and decisions they face.

If your son or daughter attends school or college in Salford they may see one of our advisers and have access to a specialist Career Connect service which has been designed especially for each individual school commissioning the service.

You can read more about Career Connect here.

We will continue to contact your child after they have moved into work or training to offer support if required.

Finanacial Information for Parents