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Further My Future's sole intention is to raise the bar for bright talent, bold employers and brilliant training.

We seamlessly connect high-potential, high-quality young talent with employers seeking the perfect skills, aptitude and values match in their apprentice hires.

We believe that, regardless of background or abilities, every young person should have a real chance to be fuelled with ambition and able to channel it towards a rewarding career.

Further My Future is built on the founding principle that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to realising a young person’s potential. We believe young people need more impartial career guidance, support and workplace preparation before they leave the education system so that they may better begin a career journey that will allow them to flourish. We know young people deserve better.

Equally, we’ve heard too often that traditional methods of attracting, retaining and developing talent aren’t serving the needs of employers. We’ve listened to the big debates and heard employers, educators and local authorities agree that talent pipelines and skills gaps present a problem, but fail to each agree consensus on where the solution lies.

We know, from first-hand experience, what it’s like to receive high quantities of low quality applications, to place trust in expensive recruitment agencies that deal with candidate fit in terms of capability, but not in terms of culture. We know the cost of recruitment and training when we get it right as well as the greater cost of getting it wrong. We know employers deserve better.

Further my Future has designed an innovative and elegant solution that offers young people opportunity and development and offers employers an alternative means of sourcing, retaining and cultivating emerging talent.

Our solution is designed specifically to:

  • Help employers tap into the potential of the 50% of 18-21 year-olds who choose not to go to university
  • Close the professional skills gap by providing young people with better workplace skills training
  • Improve diversity in recruitment
  • Create a longer-term strategic recruitment model for employers
  • Challenge preconceived ideas about youth and apprenticeship employments
  • Promote social mobility and create career opportunities for young people
  • Offer free, impartial career guidance, support and direction to young people once they leave the education system (and before they start a career)
  • Create long-term engagement, commitment and career paths for junior employees

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