Power In Partnership
Claire Bradbury set up 'Power In Partnership' in 2011 after working in Halton's third sector, Claire's passion is to nurture young people from the most disadvantaged backgrounds, helping them to gain skills and qualifications to improve their life opportunities.
Power In Partnership is a Power Houses for community learning within socially disadvantaged wards across Halton. The first Power House was opened on Alcock Street in Runcorn Old Town, we now have centre's in,
Runcorn - 3-5 Old Town, Alcock Street
Widnes - 7 Queens Avenue
We believe that all young people have the potential to develop their own skills and talents given encouragement and a learning environment that helps them to study in a non-traditional, community based setting rather than using an academic, class based approach.
We believe that our learning model provides students with a flexible and laid back approach that is tailored around their individual needs. We want to get away from the stigmatizing 'NEET' label and treat these young people, not as failures but as valuable members of society with skill to offer.
NEET in Halton
Halton has the highest number of 16-18 year olds 'Not in Education, Employment or Training' (NEET) in the north west of England and the fifth highest in England
Working Futures is part funded by the European Social Fund and Youth Employment Initiative
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