TRAX works to engage learners who struggle with mainstream provision; The project works with 'difficult to engage' young people who may be on the verge of exclusion and aims to "channel the natural enthusiasm of young people into a positive and challenging direction, to aid their development towards future achievement."
TRAX offer a variety of mechanics-based programmes along with catering and hospitality and gardening. Learners also experience issue-based group work, to develop personal and interactive skills. They also offer bespoke bike and motorbike projects, activity days and experience weeks. TRAX also runs a Social enterprise catering business providing work experience and paid employment opportunities for young people
The programmes provide Entry Level and Level 1 and 2 qualifications. Learners gain job hunting skills, work experience, Functional Skills and a City and Guilds qualification in Mechanics or a BTEC Level 1 in Catering.
TRAX also partners with Back on Track, Lottery funded programmes offering funded short-term spaces for those age 15-17 who are at risk of NEET.