There are a variety of enrichment trips that take place as part of PM Training’s Personal and Social, Development project.
These trips allow learners to engage in some fantastic opportunitites such as visiting The Old Bailey and The Maritime Museum in London, as well as visiting The Museum of Slavery in Liverpool.
Once a year the learners on programme at PM Training, get the chance to attend the World Skills Show in Birmingham, this event allows thousands of young people to see first-hand their chosen trade’s in action! From bricklaying, hair and beauty, drama, plumbing and more!
The Realise charity fund these trips and allow young people to travel independently, experience city life, learn about important parts of our history and more.
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