Young People’s Experiences of Moving out of Being ‘Not in Education, Employment or Training’

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Research conducted by Jennet Gabriel from the University of Birmingham shows that identifying, understanding, and supporting NEETs largely falls on schools. Government policy pursuing to reduce the budget deficit and cut the bill for welfare provision may worsen the situations that disadvantaged young people are faced with. Furthermore, research conducted by Vanessa Beck from the University of Leicester suggests that:

  • – Service providers should understand young NEETs and know their real barriers;
  • – Develop appropriate emotional strategies to build up rapport with groups of learners;
  • – Balance between support and expectations;
  • – On the demand side to improve the quality of service provision to all young people.

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