AfC offers a Quality Commitment to all young people across Kingston and Richmond – to support them to achieve a full Level 2 or Level 3 qualification (or, in the case of young people with SEND, to achieve their full potential) by age 19 (or 25). We work in partnership with our schools and colleges to implement the Quality Commitment each year.
The Quality Commitment encompasses all young people aged 16-19, irrespective of level of ability. However, we focus particularly on those young people who are the most vulnerable as they are most at risk of becoming NEET.
Future Hub is a website, delivered by Achieving for Children's 14-19 team aiming to help 16 to 19 year olds progress their prospects through traineeships, apprenticeships, and employment.
What do we do?
Working with a network of local providers and secondary schools, we offer an inclusive service to all young people in Kingston and Richmond. From career advice to CV services, training, and employer support.
Visit the Future Hub website (opens an external website).
Future Hub Opps Pack
This pack sets out post 16 education and training options available locally – whether in learning or apprenticeships and provides links to access further information.
Download the Opps Pack (opens a pdf document).