Tick ​​tock scheme for unemployed youth

The new scheme is for young people between the ages of 16 and 24 who are not currently receiving education, employment, or any training.
Tick ​​tock scheme for unemployed youth
The social media platform is working on a multi-million-pound program with the social business charity Catch22 (AFP).


TickTalk, a short videos app, has launched a program to help young people find work in the digital and creative industries. The program is part of a scheme designed to bridge the gap between youth unemployment and digital skills.

The social media platform is working with the social business charity Catch22 on a multi-million-pound program aimed at employing 2,500 people by the end of 2024.

The new scheme is for young people between the ages of 16 and 24 who are not currently receiving education, employment, or any training.

Under the scheme, these individuals will be given access to a four-week employment course, as well as career coaches, virtual work experience, guidance, and some money.

TuckTuck says an important part of the program is to encourage people with disabilities to learn creative digital skills and use them to help their local businesses and creative industries.

Rich Waterworth, general manager of TuckTuck UK, said the new scheme was a clear step towards the general purpose of encouraging the creativity of video-sharing platforms.

Our mission at Tik Tak is to encourage creativity and bring happiness he said. This isn’t the manner by which innovative work is finished. She needs encouragement, nurturing, and opportunity

But thousands of young people do not have the opportunity or skills to be creative and there is inequality in access to creative and cultural resources.

“We want to change that. We are delighted to be partnering with Catch 22 to bridge the gap between the youth and the creative industries so that creativity can truly be made possible for all.

Kate Dixon, director of the Catch 22 partnership, said: “TalkTalk is a bright and visionary brand that young people think of. When young people go to digital platforms, they use their creative and digital skills.

The program empowers young people to turn these skills into exciting practical life options. As a charity in the digital age, we must constantly learn to speak the language of young people.

The partnership between Catch 22 and TickTalk has sparked a new kind of debate about practical life. Helps employers discover new skills and empowers young people to build their future

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