WHAT IS THE YOUNG PEOPLE INDEX® & Impact programmes?

The Young People Index® is a revolutionary online instrument that is transforming young people's lives and enabling educationalists to identify and nurture the key talents of young people; the leaders and workforce of the future. 

The results from the assessment empower young people by highlighting their natural preferences and inclinations in terms of how they contribute to a team, organisation, project or role and thus boost confidence and self-awareness. 

Our Impact Programmes were developed to help institutions embed the key learning insights an outcomes of the index profiles of their students. These series of programmes help deliver a sustainable and comprehensive careers framework, in line with the Gatsby Benchmarks and the Governments Career Strategy. 

To maximise the impact of the programmes, these can be run as a series of workshops, or as stand alone workshops, delivered throughout the year. 


It is vital that each and every young person is aware of their own individual strengths and skills so they can not only see the value they add in the classroom or in society but are also able to make more informed choices about their future. 

The benefits to educationalists

The Young People Index® can considerably improve the performance and engagement of young people in schools, colleges, sports teams and youth organisations by helping enhance youth workers’ knowledge of the individuals and aid understanding of the contributions each young person makes, or has the potential to make.  This knowledge and understanding can be used in many ways, some of which are: to develop questioning skills, adapt teaching and communication methods, analyse group dynamics, create more impactful groupings, boost confidence in young people, increase rapport. 

“The Young People Index® has been an invaluable tool in helping me to make decisions as to where and how I wish to work, giving me the confidence to attempt to realise some of my more outlandish aspirations in the future by making them seem not so outlandish but, indeed, achievable”
— Pupil, aged 15. Poole Grammar School



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