Disadvantaged people gain new skills by training
We train disadvantaged, disabled, people with learning difficulties and mental health gain new skills and try to gain access outside into employment. We also provide advice, support and guidance and help by signposting people to get help.
the project will be on-going as this is what we specialise in
Local Access Centre Limited
We are currently trying to allocate premises in order for us to carry this out in the Birmingham area
It helps many people who do not get the support including the 16-24 year olds that are out on the streets trying to find work, gain experience and then carry on to get better results.
To get referrals by the Jobcentre Plus and other local contacts that we have already made.
Activities» We have the 2 tick symbol already, and we partnership work with other organisations
This is always monitored by the Chief Director
Hopefully by achieving results from the poorly underfunded and disadvantaged people of this country from all backgrounds.
We can produce a leaflet and feedback via the website for the general public to see
Budget - Project Cost: £10,000Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £5,000 Training Disadvantaged people of all race, gender, disability etc £2,500 Running costs General everyday costs £2,500 Capital Supplies, rent etc
Current Funding / Pledges
Source Amount Big Lottery Fund £9,853 Guaranteed
Birmingham area city-wide
All of the West Midlands areas across the city of Birmingham who meet these categories are entitled to undertake these skills training in order to progress into society. BME are also included
Local Access Centre Limited is known across Birmingham, through LinkedIn, Facebook and social media, and its website and we have experience from the past of carrying out this as we ourselves who run it are disabled.
Read more about the Charity running this project.
Mr. Sarfraz Khan
Managing Director responsible for budgeting, and has a lot of knowledge in many different areas, welfare, debt, finance, legal etc