Services for Young People Hertfordshire Services for Young People

Please let us know what you are currently doing

Services for Young People keeps in touch with young people aged up to 19 to offer support

You can use this form to update your details or you can telephone, email, text or write.

We use this information to make sure we are providing appropriate services to young people. This is part of our legal requirement to ensure the government's promise to help young people stay in education and training is met. 

Use this form to tell us what you are doing by 30 November and you'll get the chance to enter our prize draw for a £20 shopping voucher. 

Terms and conditions of our prize draw

About you - we ask for this information so we know who you are
Please let us know what you are currently doing by completing either section 1, 2 or 3. We use this information to make sure we are offering you the best available service for you.
1. I am on a full time course
2. I have got a full time job

3. I am doing something else
Do you need help from an adviser?

The information I provide will be stored on a secure Hertfordshire County Council database and used to keep my details up to date and for the purpose of statistical analysis.

Services for Young People offers information, advice and support to 13-19 year olds (up to 25 years for care leavers and those with learning difficulties and/or learning disabilities).

We will only keep young people's data for a maximum of 15 years (up to the age of 25), it will not be given to any third party without their permission unless there is a legal requirement to do so.

To find out why we need to keep in contact with young people click here.

Read about how we look after young people's data.

Find out how young people can stay in learning after Year 11.