New employees and apprentices need to integrate quickly into team, communicate effectively, manage relationships and meet the needs of your organisation.  They need to be self-starters, who take ownership and learn quickly so they can hit the ground running.

Our Graduate Development Programmes help bridge the gap from academic ability to effectively maximising their potential within the team.

What We Offer

We deliver a number of programmes from one day relationship and teambuilding events to week long personal and leadership development programmes. We understand the key competencies that employers look for and our programmes are individually designed around your needs, your intended outcomes and your organisations values.

Common Themes Include:

  • Effective communication
  • Team Work
  • Creative Thinking


Whether you are looking at a short half day experience or more in depth development programme, we are confident that our Graduate Development Programmes provide a great return of investment, not only to the individuals themselves, but to their teams and the organisation as a whole.

Here are just some of the benefits witnessed: 

  • Increased networking and team integration
  • Develop leadership and team management skills
  • Self and team management
  • Build constructive relationships with colleagues
  • Cross-cultural team working
  • Understand the benefits of reflective practice in improving personal and team performance
  • Increase confidence


For more information on our Graduate Development Programmes, please contact our Contact Us to discuss your requirements and how we can help you achieve your goals. 


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UK Youth
About UK Youth

Avon Tyrrell is home to the UK Youth National Charity and the work that we do in the New Forest is only a small part of the wider work of the charity and the opportunities we provide for young people.

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