TwentyTwenty was set up in 2007 to help disadvantaged and disengaged young people to develop self-belief, self-worth and motivation, whilst achieving academic qualifications and learning work ready skills that help them to find and keep good jobs. TwentyTwenty has two Lifeskills centres that provide core training, work readiness and support programming for
11 to 24 year old disengaged or disadvantaged young people.
In the first year of our partnership, Impetus-PEF is working with TwentyTwenty to develop more robust enrolment processes, fine-tune their provision, and roll out nimble performance management systems to ensure that their young people are achieving the long-term goals the work is designed to drive.
For more information please visit TwentyTwenty’s website.