Green Corridor works with partner organisations and groups who refer young people to our training and accreditation programs.
If you work with young people who may benefit from a being part of the Green Corridor team, contact us to find out how to refer young people to us.
The referral process is simple – let us know the details of the young person you have in mind, what they would benefit from and what they might be interested in. We will then arrange to meet with you and the young person, talk through what we do and how and arrange the first session together.
We will keep you up to date with weekly attendance records, achievements and general progress. We believe that the support network around a young person is a big part of their ability to achieve so we run termly parents’ evenings and are happy to update you with their progress throughout the term.
Of course, you are always welcome to join us for a day’s activity!
There are a number of access routes into Green Corridor for our personalized learning pathways. Young people can join us at any point throughout the year, stepping on to a program appropriate to their needs. Learning is based around what the young person wants to achieve so please contact the team to discuss a visit.
Young People Within Education or Training (including 14 -16)
We may still have a space available to support you. Costings set on an individual basis depending on the number of days a week, number of qualifications and the level of support needed. Please contact Green Corridor to find out more about taster days and costings for your specific young person.
Young People Outside of Education or Training (16 – 25)
Funding for our courses is sought through the Educational Health Care Plan (EHCP), if you do not have an EHCP please contact the team as we may be able to support you to do this.