Our Mission

WorkingRite is the practical pathway to a job or apprenticeship.
Lasting an average of 16 weeks, our trainees learn on the job, alongside a mentor chosen from the workforce of that business to pass on what they know.

WorkingRite is a relationship-based model of learning. Quite simply designed to inspire young people to succeed:
after all… everyone remembers their first boss!


We continue to support young people and the local businesses who provide mentored work placements – within the government guidelines that are in place. Our training and induction programme will be delivered through a mix of online sessions, small groups and one to one work, in preparation for work placements which can restart. In every case we will risk assess all work, to protect young people, the local businesses, families and communities where we work.

For more information please contact your Project Coordinator or email head office who will direct your enquiry.

If you are struggling and need someone to talk to – please call the Samaritans FREE on 116 123 – you can call them any time, day or night – whatever you’re going through.

To find out about how WorkingRite responded to the crisis, please read the update from Dennis Murphy, CEO – Debunking the Hype.

For more information about the current outbreak and where you can find help and support, please visit our information page



What We Do

WorkingRite helps young people get their foot in the door, regardless of their academic background or previous experience.
We believe not everything can be simulated in a classroom or rehearsed in tests.
Many important skills can only be learnt working side-by-side with an experienced adult – on the job, where it counts.

We therefore individually match young people to local businesses for work placements lasting up to six months.
Our trainees learn in a proper workplace, receive one-to-one mentoring, earn a weekly allowance
and are given the chance to prove themselves in the real world of work.