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Learning and skills

For homeless young people, a job is almost as important as a home.

We give them the opportunity to complete their education, gain skills and prepare for a career. 

Reaching their potential

We work with each young person to come up with a plan to reach their goals. Our programmes include:

Centrepoint offers functional skills support for homeless young people.

Information, advice and guidance sessions on job searching and CV writing. 

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Higher education workshops run with universities to help young people with their applications.

Happy young woman chats to a Centrepoint member of staff.

Classes to help young people improve their basic maths and English skills. 

Young people learning to install flooring

Work experience, traineeships and job skills workshops to prepare young people for a career.

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Life skills training to help young people budget, pay bills and live independently. 

Centrepoint young people performing

Support to express themselves through drama, fashion, dance, music and photography.

A young man works with machinery at his job


Centrepoint young people can apply to our bursary to get help with their education, employment and training goals.

Young people can apply for help with:

  • Course fees
  • Textbooks, stationery, laptops and any equipment needed for a course
  • Travel to college, university, apprenticeships and work
  • Childcare

More about our programmes

Health and wellbeing

Being homeless takes its toll on young people. We give them the support they need to look after their mental and physical health.


Centrepoint gives homeless young people a place to stay while they get the help they need to move on to independence.

Moving On

At all times our aim is to prepare homeless young people to live independently.