We've all been taught how to write a CV at some point, but it can still be really hard to get it right. Follow the top tips here to make sure your CV is working hard for you.
The Prince's Trust is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FRN No.718625). We are registered with the ICO (Information Commissioner's Office) (No.Z5724362). We are a credit broker, not a lender. We can introduce you to a limited number of finance providers who may be able to offer you finance facilities.
Making a claim on The QualsHub is the official stage of informing The Prince’s Trust that these learners are being submitted for External Moderation. All entries will be charged, so it is important that learners are only entered for the units that have been completed, assessed and Internally Moderated
The prince’s Trust has specific volunteer roles that support the Trust in two main ways: by working directly with young people or playing a key role in helping us reach our strategic goals. Click the links below for more information on our volunteer roles. Volunteering directly with young people
After the programme, a Prince’s Trust colleague or volunteer will mentor you for up to six months to help you plan your future. Take a look at what’s running in your area and sign up to become job-ready, today.
Get involved with The Prince's Trust by participating in one of our many exciting events that take place across the year, both at home and abroad. Whether you're into marathons or music festivals, there's something for everyone.
Already know what you're interested in? Try out Get into courses. We work with companies - including M&S, the NHS and Tesco - to help give you the opportunity to gain work experience and get job specific skills, help with your CV and interview techniques and access support for finding a job once you have finished the programme.