SkillForce is a national education charity, backed by HRH The Duke of Cambridge, helping young people to flourish in primary and secondary schools across England, Wales and Scotland
HRH The Duke of Cambridge congratulates first primary schoolchildren in Birmingham completing the Junior Prince's Award Scheme, supported by Standard Life.
SkillForce is proud to have our commitment to Britain's Armed Forces recognised by the Ministry of Defence Silver Award.
We partner with schools and education providers across the UK to prepare young people for their next steps in education, work or training
Our instructors are mainly ex-service personnel who have served their country and now serve their community by acting as motivational mentors and role models to young people
SkillForce is dedicated to helping young people succeed by delivering proven programmes that combine practical activities, resilience and confidence building exercises
Our nationwide SkillForce Prince’s Awards, supported by our Royal Patron, HRH The Duke of Cambridge KG KT, develop confidence and resilience as well as leadership and teamwork skills
We have teams throughout England, Wales and Scotland.
With support from Standard Life, our SkillForce Junior Prince’s Award is giving primary schoolchildren across the country skills and confidence for life
For Give & Gain Day 2016, SkillForce instructors worked with BT staff volunteers to give exciting opportunities to children and young people
J.P. Morgan and SkillForce have been working together on a programme to boost employability and life chances for young people in Tower Hamlets
SkillForce is delighted to have been selected as a UK charity partner by People Over Profit (POP) a new, low-cost, long-haul airline with a social conscience
From bicycle rides to team building days, workshops and dinners, colleagues at global law firm Clyde & Co raised funds for SkillForce in a three-year partnership
SkillForce instructors have supported British Airways’ Community Games Day activities in 2015 and 2016, giving fun to thousands of young people