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Skill Sessions

Up Skill Your Work Prospects & Experience

Keep reading to see the range of ways that The Foundation can help you into employment at the stadium!

Nikki Kelly, Director of Programmes @ the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation


The Tottenham Hotspur Foundation is here to provide guidance and growth towards the perfect stadium job for you. 

We provide skill session participants with the training and advice they will need to get ahead in work.

Come in and speak to the team about upcoming vacancies, register your details, find out about recruitment dates and get help and advice with applications.

Our employment drop in sessions mean you can walk in to Percy House off the street on Tuesday mornings from 10.30am to 12.30pm to discuss the various employment opportunities available through the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation. 

Meet the team...

Come in and speak to the team about upcoming vacancies, register your details, find out about recruitment dates and get help and advice with applications.

The Foundation’s Employment & Skills team deliver a wide range of programmes designed to help improve people’s employability and find them work.

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: 020 8365 5138 for more information.

Key Outcomes

• Gain an accredited vocational qualification

• Develop your Maths and English to Level 2

• Learn the employment skills needed to:
• Apply for a job with confidence
• Understand the place of work
• Get a work placement and work experience
• Develop the personal qualities needed to be productive in work and life
• Progress into a job, apprenticeship, further or higher education

Which criteria best describes your situation?

Skill sessions for 16-24 years olds not in employment, education or training

Leadership Through Sport & Business

Leadership Through Sport & Business (LTSB) is a pioneering scheme that helps bright youngsters from disadvantaged backgrounds establish high-level careers in business and finance, giving them opportunities they would never normally have.

Applicants must be 16 to 21 years of age and have at least five GCSEs at C (Level 4) and above, with minimum B (Level 6/7) in Maths and English.

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Matchday Volunteering Kiosk

The Matchday Volunteering Kiosk allows people to work in the kiosk during home games, with guaranteed job interviews at the end.

Applicants must be 18 or older. The Club recently helped six young people from Brent secure a job with Wembley’s catering partner, Delaware, after completing an employment training course with Tottenham Hotspur Foundation.

Premier League Works

The Foundation aims to support those who are far away from the jobs market; helping them to boost their confidence and self-belief, in order to allow them to find work or education.

Applicants must be between 16 and 24 years old.

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Youth Talent

Youth Talent works in partnership with companies and young people. Companies and organisations complete a skills needs analysis, while the Foundation works with young people and local schools to find employment and work experience opportunities.

Participants must be 16 to 24 years old, or in year 10 or 11 at school. Our career advisors can discuss and help you overcome any barriers to you progressing into work or learning.

Customer Service Level 2

A Customer Service Level 2 qualification helps you to understand the process of delivering quality customer service as an employee and employer, with a significant focus on communication.

Applicants must be between 19 and 24, and currently on a Tottenham Hotspur Foundation traineeship.

Skill sessions for all ages facing barriers to learning

Pathways to Employment

In partnership with Waltham Forest College, the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation is offering a supported pre-employment programme for young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

This programme will offer 10 week (three hours per week) employability skills workshops and 5 week supported work placement. The employability skills workshops will help participants to improve, social interaction, communication, leadership, health & safety, presentation skills, and health & wellbeing.

Project SEARCH

Project SEARCH accommodates ten students aged 18-24, with the course split into three ten-week work placements there.

The Tottenham Hotspur Foundation provides two job coaches, who work with local organisations to help individuals access and apply for employment opportunities. The average employment rate for individuals aged 18–24 with a learning disability in the UK is just 7%. That figure increases to 65% for those that have been through Project SEARCH programmes.

Skill sessions for people 50+ years of age out of work

Matchday Volunteering Kiosk

The Matchday Volunteering Kiosk allows people to work in the kiosk during home games, with guaranteed job interviews at the end.

Applicants of all ages 18 and above are accepted onto the programme that helps deliver a better matchday experience for fans and stadium visitors.


The programme aims to help over 50s who are looking for work, changing their career, or returning to work.

Participants will receive 1-2-1 employment support from the Foundation's employment advisors, as well as the opportunity to take part in employability workshops. This programme is a collaboration with the Health & Wellbeing department, and as such, offers participants 1-2-1 personal training sessions.

REIGNITE applicants must be over 50.

Vocational Qualifications

Our free Level 1 and 2 accredited courses enable participants to gain the skills and confidence they need to secure employment.

The skills and qualifications gained through these programmes help participants progress into paid employment, an apprenticeship or further education.

William Hill

Participants will receive work preparation from Foundation staff, such as customer service training, cv building, and interview techniques, before embarking on 3 weeks work experience with William Hill.

Applicants must be 19 years old or older.

Functional Skills

This programme helps participants to improve their level of English and Maths through training.

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