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In October 2017, Palace for Life Foundation partnered with Croydon College to offer young people a dynamic new course called ‘Opportunities for Success’ and on Thursday the 18th January 2018 ​the foundation celebrated the successful completion of 18 participants from ​the 1st cohort at Selhurst Park Stadium.

Participants benefit from mentoring support, attaining accredited qualifications in personal and social development, 90 minutes of football or fitness each day and industry visits.

The programme aims to help young people to identify the steps required for their chosen educational, training or employment pathway – achieving outcomes like: Developing Skills, Creating Opportunities and More Resilience.

Palace for Life Foundation are now accepting applicants for the new course, which will commence on Wednesday 21st February 2018 @ 10.00am.  Please contact to book your place.

Well done to everyone who successfully completed their training!

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