What is the
The National Citizen Service (NCS) is a once-in-a-lifetime experience open to all 15-17 year olds across England and Northern Ireland, that helps fast track any teens future. It is a unique three week full-time programme, which is focused around fun and discovery. Plus 30 hours committed to a social action project that benefits both young people and society. If you're looking for NCS sign up, you can do so here.
To sign up for the NCS contact the NCS Call Centre on 0191-338-7800 or call our office for more details on 01287 650528. On this programme, participants build skills for work and life, while taking on new challenges, adventures, making new friends, learning new skills and contributing to their community.
NCS takes place out of school time during the spring, summer and autumn terms and represents great value for parents, as participants spend time away from home with all the cost for the meals and activities covered. On this programme teens will develop new life skills and gain confidence through their experiences.
What are the
Confidence, teamwork & leadership skills
NCS helps you get ahead by learning the skills required for work and life skills that employers are increasingly looking for in candidates, such as:
- Teamwork &
- Leadership skills.
92% of 2013 participants think NCS had given them a chance to develop their skills which would put them at an advantage in the future.
NCS is recognised by UCAS
In 2013, NCS gained UCAS recognition making it an excellent way to help you define your skills and experiences for upcoming interviews and university applications.
Grow your confidence & CV
NCS will help grow your confidence and CV.
73% of 2013 participants feel more confident about getting a job as a result of NCS.
Make a difference
NCS is a great way for you to get out of the house and spend the summer making a difference in your local community.
90% of teens say they would recommend NCS to their friends