Access to Business offers a broad selection of projects to aid in supporting local unemployed people and local businesses through our selection of projects.
A long standing supporter of our work and provides vital funding to enable us to offer employment, self-employment and skills training to local residents.
Has provided European Regional Development Funding to our Enterprise Projects since 2012 enabling us to assist thousands of local residents to start or grow their business.
Steps to Work contracted us as a delivery partner on their Black Country Building Better Opportunities BRIDGES project.
We are working across the Black Country supporting those furthest from the labor market to explore self-employment as a route to work.
Heart of England Community Foundation contracted us as a delivery partner on their Black Country Building Better Opportunities COMMUNITY MATTERS project:
Supporting long term unemployed and disabled people to break down barriers to employment.
A group of five organisations working together in the Wolverhampton area to support Wolverhampton residents into work, education and training.
Bilston Resource Centre is a founding member of the Wolverhampton Learning Platform CIC, a group of five organisations working together to support people into work, education and training.
A member of the Wolverhampton Learning Platform CIC, a group of five organisations working together to support people into work, education and training. Jobchange has helped local people back into work since the early 1980s.
A member of the Wolverhampton Learning Platform CIC working with us to provide information, advice and guidance, support, skills and training to those who are out of work of facing redundancy.
A member of the Wolverhampton Learning Platform CIC, a group of five organisations working together to support people into work, education and training. YMCA is the oldest and largest youth charity in the world.
A longstanding delivery partner of our ERDF Self-Employment & Enterprise projects. A2B and SWEDA work together to provide services across the Black Country.
A longstanding partner providing funding and support to enable us to provide a wide range of vital online training and support services for our Clients.
In addition, provides us with opportunities to up-skill our own staff through their training and online webinars.
Wolves Aid Community Trust have supported us with funding for a staff member to support and expend our volunteering services for Clients.
Warburtons Community Trust fund our Clients Employability and Skills training enabling those furthers from the labour market to gain the confidence and skills to support their journey to work.
CAATS Community Action and Training Services is a longstanding partner supporting our project development and introducing us to new communities.
We are working with BCCC and a range of other voluntary sector partners to develop mutually beneficial partnerships between local businesses and local third sector groups.
The ‘BCCC Third Sector Working Group’ is chaired by Wolverhampton Citizens Advice CEO Helen Child.
Charity No: 1138761
Company No: 05084674
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