Inspiring the progression of young people aged 16-24 experiencing unemployment in North Wales.
ADTRAC teams are based locally throughout North Wales and can provide a range of personalised support to help you in the direction that you want to go. This could include help to: gain confidence, get a qualification, apply for a course at either college or university, apply for an apprenticeship, or to get a job.
By signing up to ADTRAC you can access:
- A bespoke mentoring service from the ADTRAC team, who will work with you to develop a personalised action plan to guide you on your journey;
- Support to develop your confidence and overcome any barriers which prevent you from progressing;
- Welfare and wellbeing support (including the opportunity to access provision for mild/moderate mental health needs from Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board);
- Access to qualifications and training which will enable you to reach your goals;
- Employability support (to help you get and stay in a job), this can include a range of opportunities for you to achieve your goals including work tasters, work experience and volunteering.
The journey into work can sometimes be difficult, especially when there are barriers which prevent you from realising your potential. ADTRAC will work with you to develop your understanding, and support you in the direction that you want to go, so that you can build your confidence in your ability and skills.
Download the ADTRAC Brochure here.
How do I get in contact with my local team?
Contact the team based on the county which you live in, they will be able to provide you with some further details including what you will need to bring to your first meeting.
- ADTRAC Anglesey: ADTRAC@ynysmon.gov.uk / 01248 752 921
- ADTRAC Gwynedd: TimADTRAC@gwynedd.llyw.cymru / 01286 679 600
- ADTRAC Conwy: email@example.com / 01492 576 679
- ADTRAC Denbighshire: firstname.lastname@example.org / 01824 706 091
- ADTRAC Wrexham and Flintshire: email@example.com / 01978 295 515
ADTRAC will be able to offer support to you if you are:
- Aged 16-24 and not in education, training or employment.
- Experiencing barriers which prevent you from progressing into either education, employment or training.
- Living in North Wales (and not residing in a Communities First Area); if you are unsure what a Communities First area is or whether your address is in one of these areas, the ADTRAC team will be able to check this for you.
Alternatively you can speak to your Job Centre Work Coach or Careers Wales Advisor to find out further information or be referred to ADTRAC.
What will happen when I first meet the ADTRAC team?
Firstly they will meet with you to find out a bit more about you, what you want to achieve, what you are finding difficult and discuss with you the type of support you could expect to receive from us. They will then be able to explore with you the approach they can take to support you to overcome your barriers and to achieve your goals.
After that they will complete the sign up paperwork with you and once all the documents are in place, they will begin writing an action plan with you and putting together your support package. The support you receive will be personal to you, and could include assistance on a range of things including welfare matters, wellbeing, mild/moderate mental health concerns, skills improvement and employability.
How often you meet or the type of support you have after that will depend entirely on what you need to progress to achieve your goals.
Please read how ADTRAC has benefitted the lives of some of the young adults who have taken part.
How can employers offer opportunities to young people?
If you are an employer who would like to offer an opportunity to a young person either: volunteering, work placement, apprenticeship or a prospective employment opportunity, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or contact one of the local teams directly. The local teams contact details can be found in the ‘How do I get in touch with my local team’ drop down.
How do I apply to be a Service Provider for ADTRAC Dynamic Purchasing Systems?
ADTRAC has in place a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) which is an open procurement framework available to the ADTRAC Partners to deliver bespoke support or qualification packages to the people it is supporting.
There are three Service Lots available which include life skills, employability and sector specific skills. Further information about the DPS can be found in the "ADTRAC DPS Information Booklet". To find out further information or to apply to join please go direct to Sell2Wales. Queries and applications can be submitted to email@example.com.
Who is involved in the project?
The project is being led by Grŵp Llandrillo Menai, working in partnership with:
- Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board
- Anglesey County Council
- Gwynedd County Council
- Conwy County Borough Council
- Denbighshire County Council
- Flintshire County Council
- Wrexham County Borough Council
The project is partially funded by European Social Fund (ESF), through Welsh Government.
To find out more follow ADTRAC on Twitter and LinkedIn or request to join our mailing list at firstname.lastname@example.org . Alternatively you can contact the ADTRAC Regional Project Manager Sara Williams email@example.com.
What is ADTRAC's Eco Code?
Throughout the lifetime of the project, ADTRAC will promote sustainable development and minimise its impact on the environment. ADTRAC will adopt the following approaches to achieve this:
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle:
We will use only the materials we need so we reduce this risk of waste. Where possible the project will recycle materials and purchase recycled materials.
We will encourage more environmentally friendly ways to travel including encouraging the use of public transport, vehicle sharing where possible and reducing the need for travel where possible through using technology such as google hangout, video conferences and skype.
We will encourage our teams to adopt practical ways of saving energy, including turning off electronic devices when not in use, turning off all heating/lighting when it is not needed, closing all doors/windows in winter; and turning off taps whenever they are not in use.
We will produce materials which provide practical tips on how we can have a positive impact on the environment, these will be available in video format as well as literature to reduce the amount of factsheets we will need to produce.
This video clip offers one tip per month which can be easily incorporated into everyday life and collectively can make a real difference over a year.
Interim Report: Executive Summary