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Unstoppable Together – NCS at Tranmere Rovers FC

You’re young and you have huge potential. You have what it takes to succeed in new challenges, embrace new experiences and make your mark on the world.

NCS is here to help you on your journey. All you need to join the country’s fastest-growing youth movement is to be aged 15-17. Come and prove what you’re capable of achieving with us at Tranmere Rovers.

Why NCS?

Get ahead of the rest:

  • NCS is your chance to develop new skills that will help you get ahead in life. The programme can help you grow in confidence, develop teamwork and leadership skills, you’ll also meet new people and make friends for life.

Enhance your CV:

  • NCS is recognised by UCAS, so if university is your target, this programme will help you deliver a killer personal statement. If university isn’t for you, NCS helps demonstrate your confidence, teamwork and leadership skills which is what employers say they are increasingly looking for.

Make a difference:

  • Launched in 2011, to date over 80,000 teenagers have taken part in NCS and 1.5 million hours have been dedicated by NCS graduates to social action projects designed to improve their local communities.

We have several programmes running every year for you to get involved in. For more information and to sign up follow NCS on InstagramFacebook and Twitter, or head over to their site


Phase One - Adventure

It's the start of your NCS adventure and the challenges begin from minute one!

You'll spend your first week at an outward bound facility away from home and become accustomed to action packed activities like canoeing, rock climbing, abseiling and archery.

Whilst taking part in such adrenaline-fuelled challenges, you'll do it alongside tens of other people of a similar age where friendships and life changing experiences start from here.

Phase Two - Discovery

Now that you've got to know your group and took on new challenges it's your chance to discover something new.

With the same group of people, you'll spend week two in a uni-style environment where independence, communication and leadership are at the forefront of your development enabling you to boost your CV and or UCAS personal statement. 

It's your chance to meeting organisation and important people from your community whilst discovering something new about yourself.

Phase Three - Social Action

Put what you've learnt into practise!

All of your fun, all of your development and all of your inspiration from the first two weeks comes into one for this phase. You're now ready to step up and deliver your very own social action project. So it's time to plan and work out where your community needs you the most.

Once you've planned a social action project, it's time for you to deliver it, this is your chance to make a difference, have some amazing stories to tell and be part of something you'll never forget!

Phase Four - Graduation

It's time to celebrate!

Once you've completed your community action project, it's time to celebrate at a graduation party where you'll receive a certificate signed by the Prime Minister and gain access to unique opportunities to keep volunteering and stay connected to your local area and NCS.

You'll typically be presented with your certificate at Prenton Park where we will have a celebration and look back at all the fun things you got up to whilst on the programme.