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     The Project SEARCH Work Programme is a collaborative venture between key partners: Public Health England, Barnet & Southgate College, and theTottenham Hotspur Foundation. The goal is to provide on-site practical work training, for young adults with special educational needs to gain work skills, leading to competitive paid employment.

    The entry requirement for this programme is that you are aged 18-24 on the 1st of September 2016 and have an Education, Health and Care Plan in place.

    You must commit to a 5 day a week programme and be an independent traveller or be undertaking travel training.

    The course is designed to develop transferable skills, knowledge and attitudes in readiness for paid employment.  Students will develop Employability Skills, Customer Service, Confidence, Maths, English and ICT whilst working alongside employees in a real employment setting. The classroom-based learning at the workplace enables young people to try out three different work roles, supported by the tutor and the job coach.

    Benefits of the programme include:


    •  Participation in a variety of placements at a high status local employer 
    • Acquiring competitive, transferable and marketable job skills 
    • Gaining increased independence, confidence, self-esteem and friendship groups 
    • Receiving work-based individual instruction, coaching, support and feedback from the job coach, teacher and host business managers 
    • Accessing to qualifications in English, Maths and Work Skills 
    For more information, please contact Malcolm Woolven by email:

    The Tottenham Hotspur Foundation is committed to providing opportunities and programmes for all our communities. If you are unsure whether this programme is accessible to you, please contact the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation by email: or by phone: 0208 365 5138 for more information.