Well Done – John McHale @PrincesTrust Cheshunt Team 8 on an amazing final presentation

Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue work in partnership with the Prince’s Trust to deliver the Prince’s Trust TEAM programme in Cheshunt. It’s for young people aged 16 to 25 who are not currently in employment or education. On the 12-week programme they gained a qualification and work experience as well as make new friends and have an amazing time.

Mr John McHale who is Watch Commander / Team Leader (Princes Trust Team Programme) at Herts Fire and Rescue Service, said:

”Whilst undertaking my Fire and Rescue Service role, I currently am the Team Leader for the Princes Trust Team programme run by Herts Fire & Rescue service based out of Cheshunt, it involves the recruitment and retention of young people aged 16-25 from varied backgrounds onto a 12 week development programme.”

”It involves the team taking part in a varied range of activities including a residential week away undertaking team building, rock climbing, canoeing, mountain biking. Also community projects, work placements, first aid and presentations”

”My role provides the Team with a structured learning programme from which they build up important life skills and experiences which all culminate in gaining a recognized Qualification.”

John sent a congratulations message to his very talented Team:

”Well done to all my Team you are an inspiration to us all. Good luck in your futures and remember this is just the start.”

princes trust team aug 2016If you’re aged 16–25 and are unemployed then the Prince’s Trust TEAM Programme could be for you. The 12-week programme will help you build the skills and confidence to get the job you want.  If interested: Please contact John Mchale 07823 551 967 for further details and to book your place.

This course also runs in Hemel HempsteadStevenage and Watford


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