What is a social enterprise?
We have community interest company status, i.e. a business that delivers services to benefit the community and invests excess funding into projects that support the community.
Will the services you provide be quality?
MFYP understands the importance of quality assurance and cost effectiveness. All of our staff is professional, with years of experience delivering such provisions. We have to have high standards of quality work and aim to maintain this throughout our business.
Why use MFYP?
We love what we do and are passionate about our work with pupils. We strive to deliver informal education to all of our students and leave a memorable impression to all. Our existing clients continually reuse our services, as they are pleased with the overall organisation. Our new CIC status enables us to be very flexible and more effective than many other charities. We can create any bespoke programme and have competitive rates compared to many other youth organisations. Any profit we retrieve will be spent on both productive and much needed resources in the communities we work with.
Young people are central to everything we do and we focus all of our energy to offer support. Our services are much needed and act as a support base for our youngsters, without such a service these young people will encounter issues such as increased anti‐social behavior, lack of motivation, low confidence and decreased social skills. We want people to invest in us, so we can invest in the future of our youth.
Is MFYP staff DBS checked and Insured?
Yes, all of our staff is DBS enhanced checked. This is regularly updated and monitored by our management team. We also have full public liability insurance for all of our services. Clients can download these documents for up‐coming bookings. Please visit our client area.
Where do you work?
MFYP work all over the UK, delivering all of our provisions and services. We mainly work in Lancashire where we are based, however we have worked in all counties of the UK. We are able to transport all necessary equipment and we have staff that are available to travel.
What are your delivery timescales for projects?
MFYP can deliver over any agreed timescale, if you have something in mind please feel free to make a request.
Below is an example of some timescales:
: One off sessions
: Half-‐day tasters
: Full day tasters, 4-‐week workshops (one session per week)
: 6-‐week workshop (one session per week)
: 12-‐week workshops (one session per week)
What are the prices for MFYP projects/workshops?
All of our prices are bespoke and depend on the following:
: Group size
: Timescale and duration
: Location and travel
: Project timescale
: Activities booked
: Additional extras, such as food or equipment
: Accreditation or qualifications.
: Support staff and qualified assistance
We have some pre made packages already available, for the pricing and activity list please visit our client area. This is ideal for school groups and youth establishments.
How are pupils referred to MFYP?
Our young people are referred to us in different ways, as we have various programmes we deliver.
These are usually purchased by parents/guardians, youth organisations, schools, housing associations + many more. This enables us to work with young people in a number of ways.
Pre 16 and Post 16 education:
Pre 16 education pupils are referred to us directly from schools or other local authority services working with young people. If you have a pupil interested in our courses please contact us.
Our post 16 education is funded through our CIC status and enables anyone who is NEET (Not In Education Employment or Training) and from local communities to engage with us. Eligible pupils must be aged between 16 – 24 years. If you have a pupil interested in our courses please contact us.
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