I would like to know how the venue for the "Inspire Youth Hub" is managed, and all funding sourced; the venue seems unused and they are extremely hard to get a hold of. Can the council justify affiliations with the organisation/venue please
The Inspire Youth Hub operates five days a week – it provides a range of services to support young people into education, employment and training. The hub also offers a range of youth relates activities. A number of training programmes are offered to enable young people to gain the skills to re-engage with educational pathways.
Please refer to the website for further information around the wider offer of Inspire: http://www.askthurrock.org.uk/kb5/thurrock/fis/organisation.page?id=liyhuXmPy7Q&familychannel=2683j
The Inspire Hub receives funding from the Local Authority and looks to secure funding from a range of providers to enhance the offer to young people.
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