Our community programmes are developed through meaningful partnership work with organisations which have a proven track record of working with marginalised communities. Through consultations, we develop course delivery models which are flexible and realistic.
We offer tailored individual support to learners who are unable to access mainstream education, for various reasons, such as lone parents, mothers with young children and those that have English as a
second or third language. We understand the needs and constraints of these learners therefore we are able to help them access opportunities which would not normally be available to them.
Currently we are working with a number of organisations across the Midlands to enable learners to address barriers to training and employment. Organisations such as Go Women CIC and Mandeeq
Community Engagement. The courses which our learners take part in, prepares them for employment. Once they have finished, most learners have been given the opportunity to go into employment or further training with companies who we are partners with.