If you've got this far you probably know that we are the independent information, advice, guidance and support service for all young people aged 13 to 19 (and up to 25 in certain circumstances).
Here you can find out what we do with the data we collect about you; our commitment to equal opportunities for children, young people and adults that use our services; and how you can make use of our resources to help yourself.
Greater Merseyside Connexions is one of the partners working under Children's Trusts here on Merseyside and we will use this section to keep you updated on how we are improving services we provide to you. Our staff are professionally qualified and receive regular training to keep their skills and knowledge up to date. They will provide you with impartial advice and guidance which means that they will help you find the opportunity or support that's just right for you!
We'd also love you to tell us what you think about this website and Greater Merseyside Connexions in general. So don't hesitate to get in touch.
Greater Merseyside Connexions is proud to be a member of the NCN, working collaboratively with partner organisations who share our commitment to improving the provision of high quality careers education, information, advice and guidance services for young people, ensuring young people achieve employability and a successful transition to adult and working life.
We are supporting NCN in their aims aims to:
- Champion information, advice and guidance (IAG) for young people in order to increase the number of young people who are in employment, education or training and improve choices and skills
- Raise aspirations, narrow the gap and improve outcomes for Young People
Maintain a network of those committed to supporting young people as they move from their teenage years into adulthood
- Provide a forum for lively challenge which strives for excellence by finding solutions and sharing good practice
- Influence policy and practice, informed by young people and their families
For more information about the work of NCN, visit the website http://www.ncnxn.org/
Or contact Sarah Hope on
Telephone: 0116 2615921