ADTRAC


Join us on the 28th July at 13:30 on Grwp Llandrillo Menai’s Facebook Page to find out more about the project’s success.

INSPIRING THE PROGRESSION OF YOUNG PEOPLE AGED 16-24 EXPERIENCING UNEMPLOYMENT IN NORTH WALES.

During 2017-2021 ADTRAC teams based locally throughout North Wales, provided a range of personalised wellbeing and employability support to help young people to progress into education, training or employment.

ADTRAC support included:

  • A bespoke mentoring service from the ADTRAC team to develop a personalised action plans;
  • Support to develop confidence and overcome barriers which prevented progression;
  • Welfare and wellbeing support (including the opportunity to access provision for mild/moderate mental health concerns from Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board);
  • Access to qualifications and training;
  • Ideas and suggestions on how to embed the Five Ways to Wellbeing into our daily routines to build our emotional resilience;

Download the ADTRAC Brochure here and the wellbeing support brochure here.

Project success

The infographic demonstrated the project’s achievements and how it supported young people. You can also read the case studies to see ADTRAC has benefitted the lives of some of the young adults who have taken part.

Who is involved in the project?

The project was 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.

For further information contact ADTRAC Regional Project Manager, Sara Williams sara.williams@gllm.ac.uk

Adtrac Evaluation:

The interim and final evaluations are now available to read.