On Track

Clearing barriers to employment for young people in Norfolk

Are you

  • 16-24 years old
  • Unemployed and not in education or training
  • Having trouble finding work
  • Experiencing barriers to work, education and training
  • Don't know where to start?

On Track could help you

On Track is a new service to help young people get into work, education or training.
On Track is different because it is tailored to meet your needs.
Our friendly coaches and mentors will support you all the way. They will give you the advice and help you need to make the most of the things you are good at.
And it's completely free.

Who is On Track for?

To take part in On Track you must be:

  • 16-24 years old
  • Not being paid for any work
  • Not in education or training
  • Living in Norfolk
  • Have the right to work in the UK
  • Experiencing barriers to work, education and training

What does On Track do?

On Track offers lots of support to meet different people's needs:

Confidential, friendly support from coaches who understand your challenges and can help you to set and reach goals.

GO Programme workshops and courses to develop your skills and confidence.
The chance to try out different types of work in construction, motor vehicles, catering and hospitality and care and childcare.

Help to find the jobs and training that are right for you.

Mentors to give you more help and support when you need it in work, education or training, once you've reached your goal.
A chance for you to get involved in the project.

Interested?

Fill out our online form

Email us - contact@ontracknorfolk.org
Telephone us - 01603 723845
Facebook: facebook.com/ontracknorfolk
Twitter: @ontracknorfolk

Can you get young people On Track?

Are you an employer who would like to offer work opportunities or someone who could help to mentor an On Track participant? Contact us at contact@ontracknorfolk.org or telephone 01603 723845 for more information.

The On Track Partnership

On Track is a partnership led by The Matthew Project with ACE, Norwich Mind, NANSA and YMCA Norfolk









On Track has received funding from the Building Better Opportunities programme, which is supported by the Big Lottery Fund and European Social Fund.


The project has received up to £1,660,900 of funding from the Big Lottery Fund and the European Social Fund as part of the 2014-2020 European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme in England. The Department for Work and Pensions is the Managing Authority for the England European Social Fund programme. Established by the European Union, the European Social Fund helps local areas stimulate their economic development by investing in projects which will support skills development, employment and job creation, social inclusion and local community regenerations. For more information visit www.gov.uk/european-growth-funding