Over the past 10 months, Six Town Housing have been a part of the government funded Kickstart Scheme. The scheme creates jobs for 18 to 24 year olds on Universal Credit. Altogether, Six Town Housing have taken on 9 Kickstart trainees, with one more to come. Let’s see how they’re doing…
Ellie completed her Trainee Community Support Worker placement and secured a Community Development Apprenticeship with us.
Chloe completed her Trainee Community Support Worker placement and left for Maternity, welcoming Brody into the world.
Bronte completed her Trainee Customer Advisor Assistant placement and secured Employment on our Contact Centre team.
James completed his Trainee Customer Advisor Assistant placement and secured an Apprenticeship with our Planning Team.
Rameel completed his Trainee Data Quality Assistant placement and secured an Apprenticeship with the Business Improvement Team.
You can watch the video below to find out why they think the Kickstart Scheme is so important for young people.
Louise and Georgia are still on placement as Trainee Neighbourhood Support Assistants and are due to complete them next month.
Khaleel is on placement with the rents team and is due to complete his placement this month.
Leah is still on placement as a Facilities Admin Trainee and is due to complete it in July.
If you’re aged 18-24, in receipt of Universal Credit and interested in joining as a Kickstarter, we’re currently looking for a Steps To Success Support Trainee, Find out more about this role and how to apply here.