News from the top!
Carolyn Caldwell left employment with
NACP on Monday 23rd July and will be missed!
NACP welcomes Roger Little, previously Chief
Executive of Connexions Hereford and Worcester,
as a Management Consultant on a part-time
basis to take NACP through to April 2008.
NACP Practitioner Events
Feedback from Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds
and London now available for download.
The final report is available to download here.
Integrated Youth Support
NACP, NYA and APYCO release a joint statement
designed to help shape the future of integrated
NACP was founded in 2003 to serve as the umbrella organisation for England's 47 Connexions Partnerships. Connexions offers integrated information, advice, guidance and support to all 13-19 year olds (and young people with disabilities up to age 25). The service offers every young person access to a Personal Adviser (PA) to help them navigate their way through decisions about studying, jobs, careers, and the general complexities of growing up. The intention is to support all young people to get the best possible start in life so that they can feel good about themselves and realise their potential as they move into adulthood.
In 2009 NACP broadened its membership under a new name, the National Association of Connexions Partners, and the new NACP network will continue to champion the needs of young people across the whole country.