The princes Trust has lots of ideas for 11 - 30 year olds on what steps you could take next with learning, from getting a job to starting your own business. There are employability tools, courses and volunteering programmes to get involved in.
Local apprenticeships programmes are also available to learn about.
Create new positive connections by joining groups which interest you. If you are interested in art for example, Warwickshire County Council’s Creative Health Warwickshire programme incorporates projects involving dance, music, storytelling, art and more to promote social connectivity and improve wellbeing.
Give your time to the Positive Youth Foundation in Coventry who work to raise the aspirations and life chances of young people who are facing challenging circumstances. Get involved through programmes relating to education, employment and training, healthy lifestyles, arts and culture.
Be active in taking control over your health and wellbeing, including your sexual health. Choosing contraception to avoid unwanted pregnancy and Sexually Transmitted Diseases is important and you can get advice at Sexual Health Warwickshire.
For women nearing the age of 25 you will be invited to a screening test for cervical cancer (sometimes called a smear test).
Between the ages of 18 and 25, we experience some big changes and events in our lives. As a young adult, you may be entering the workforce, finding your identity, travelling, studying, moving out of home, and meeting or making new friendships. During this period, you might also be making important decisions about your future. This is a crucial time to look after your wellbeing take a look at how Kooth.com may be able to offer tips and support.