Below, you can see a wide range of businesses and organisations that already recognise and issue badges.
ABC Life Support is a Social Enterprise based in Cambridgeshire, we provide interactive and engaging Mental Health First Aid and Physical First Aid training courses across the UK. Passionate about giving people the skills to save a life, ABC is QualSafe accredited, working with MHFA England and the CPD to deliver excellent courses.
ACH provide tailored integration services for refugees and migrants in the UK. The main services include housing, training and employment opportunities.
Activate Learning aim for far-reaching, progressive change and impact through learning, with colleges situated across Oxfordshire, Berkshire, and Surrey. Working closely with employers to identify the characteristics and skills they are looking for in potential employees, Activate Learning help learners identify which attributes they have and which they can strengthen throughout their programme.
African Activities offer the opportunity to engage with Black and African Culture by sharing superb creative artistic experiences that disrupt preconceptions, create community, drive excellence and break barriers.
Artswork has empowered children and young people through arts and culture for the last 30 years. A national voice celebrating the arts, creativity and cultural development for, with and by young people, they are committed to improving life chances and making a difference. Artswork strives to make the arts and creativity available to everyone, developing new ways for people to discover the success, empowerment and joy that the arts can bring to classrooms, communities and careers.
The Aspire Project (within Cambs Virtual School) provides activities and opportunities for children in the care of Cambs County council that will build resilience, confidence and high aspirations for their future.
Audioactive is a Sussex-based music organisation working with young people at the meeting point of technology and contemporary urban culture, creating projects and opportunities for young people that nurture their talent and teach them skills that increase their life chances in adulthood and their independence.
Babcock is an international aerospace, defence, and security company, with a leading naval business providing value-add services across the UK, France, Canada, Australasia and South Africa. Babcock also operates in, and exports to, additional markets. Babcock’s strategy is to focus on core activities in the UK, using their capabilities to work on exports from the UK and to develop international presence in target countries.
Barnardo’s is the oldest and largest children’s charity in the UK, believing in children and young people – no matter who they are, what they have done or what they have been through.
Bath College offers more than 1400 courses available from entry to degree level, providing education and training to 10,000 learners across two campuses in Bath & North East Somerset annually.
The largest provider of apprenticeships in the area, Bath College pride themselves on being the natural choice of college for both students and employers. The College has been recognised as one of the top 10% of FE Colleges in England for employer satisfaction with achievement rates significantly above the national average, with a strategic focus to continue building business links across the region.
Bath Spa University offers the opportunity to study in some of the most stunning and inspiring spaces in the UK. From foundation and undergraduate degrees to postgraduate study and research, they are here to nurture your talent during your time at Bath Spa University – and beyond.
Belfast City Council is the local authority with responsibility for a range of powers and services including land-use planning, community planning, and economic, physical, and social regeneration of the City, working to improve the quality of life for everyone in Belfast. Their corporate plan focuses on five key pillars: Growing an inclusive economy, City development, Working and learning, Living here, and Resilience and sustainability.
The Belfast Works Project is an employability programme for people who are unemployed and not in training and education and who live in the city of Belfast. The Project is a partnership of employment service providers, led by Upper Springfield Development Trust, working collectively to deliver employability opportunities right across the city of Belfast.
Big Creative Education is London’s largest specialist creative arts college.
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Bird Gang Ltd is a creative company that creates, teaches, and distributes avant-garde dance content for stage, theatre, tv and film.
Black & Gold Audio are specialists in diegetic & non-diegetic sound and music for visual media, providing solutions for companies and individuals requiring a unique soundtrack to accompany their media.
Blatchington Mill School believes, above all else, that education is a transformative force for good. Learning changes what we are and what we can become. It changes how we view others, and it changes how we interact with the world. It reveals our potential, and helps us discover our passions.
Bluescreen IT is a home of virtual and classroom learning, accelerating careers in IT and cybersecurity.
Bournemouth and Poole College is the largest provider of Further Education (FE) and Apprenticeships in the area. Their core focus is on developing the work skills of students so that when they leave, they are ready to start or to progress within their chosen careers.
Bridgwater and Taunton College is a further education college based in the heart of Somerset, England, with main centres in Bridgwater, Taunton and Cannington.
Brighton & Hove Music & Arts (BHMA) is part of Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival and provides high quality and inclusive music and arts education and performance opportunities for all children and young people across the city.
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Region of Learning increases all young people’s learning and career opportunities through smart technology. Young people have access to live labour market information and career destinations, which are digitally mapped through suggested learning pathways, and rewarded with digital badges. Pathways lead to opportunities of further learning or live employment opportunities.
Cambridge Regional College is the largest further education college in the East of England and is committed to serving the people of Cambridgeshire and the surrounding area. The College has two main sites boasting specialist vocational facilities in a range of areas from engineering, construction, science to catering, hospitality and hair and beauty. The College works with over 1000 employers both in the region and nationally.
Cardinal Newman Catholic School is one of the largest schools (2400 pupils) in the country and prides itself on meeting the needs of its fully comprehensive intake. It currently offers various and diverse opportunities to its students in addition to the national curriculum.
City College Plymouth are one of the leading providers of vocational, professional and technical training in the South West, and have been helping students to get the skills and qualifications they need since 1887.
Club Soda is a charity based in Croydon that provides opportunities for people with learning disabilities to access and enjoy music and the arts. Their regular live events include SoDaDa an inclusive clubnight and showcase for learning disability arts in Croydon, and Soda Beat a popular gig night featuring musicians with learning disabilities from across the UK. Besides offering weekly music and DJing workshops for adults and young people, Club Soda also deliver pioneering projects such as Gig Buddies Croydon, which matches adults with learning disabilities to volunteers who have similar interests, to go to events together that they both love.
Coast to Capital has a crucial role to play in helping to support economic recovery and new business realities. As a region which has always made a significant net contribution to national prosperity, Coast to Capital has a lot to offer and concentrates on the most important opportunities to sustainably grow the business base, attracting investment, and generating jobs. the aim is to build an economy which is more diverse and more resilient.
Cornwall College has campuses in Camborne, Newquay and St Austell and also as part of The Cornwall College Group, has specialist land-based and marine partner colleges, Duchy College, Bicton College and Falmouth Marine School across the region. We also have a dedicated Engineering Skills Centre in Plymouth, a Professional Skills Centre at St Mellion Resort and a training partnership with the world-famous Eden Project.
Create Gloucestershire is a sector support organisation supporting the cultural and creative industries in Gloucestershire, introducing new people to arts, culture and creativity.
Creative Kernow is the parent organisation for the programmes Carn to Cove, C Fylm, Cornwall 365 Network, Cornwall 365 What’s On, Cultivator, FEAST, Krowji, Open Studios Cornwall and Screen Cornwall, supporting the production, promotion and distribution of work by creative practitioners in Cornwall.
Croydon Music and Arts is a service within Croydon Council working to ensure children and young people in the borough have access to cultural and creative learning opportunities, with a mission to amplify the voices of young people. As part of a network of local partners that include Croydon’s schools, cultural organisations and services for children and young people and their families, they are the lead organisation for Croydon’s Cultural Education Partnership and Music Education Hub.
This is an organisation that has a truly unique approach to learning and development. Curious minds design and deliver personal development events and courses, the organisations vision is for a future where being creative and experiencing brilliant culture is a regular aspect of EVERY child’s life and learning. Fuelled by curiosity, Curious minds work to make high-quality creative and cultural learning opportunities available to all children and young people, both in and out of school.
The Dean Close Foundation is an educational charity providing support and collaboration to a group of schools and nurseries. The foundation provides ambitious and inspiring strategic collaboration and leadership with the aim of growing and deepening relationships between the family of schools and nurseries, offering outstanding care and education from the first months of life into adulthood.
Delt provides a range of back office support services in IT, ranging from end-to-end service management through to short term consultancy and support with a dedicated cyber security team.
As an accredited member of the British Chambers of Commerce network and a membership organisation with over 200 years’ experience in the Plymouth & Devon economy, the Chamber is an integral part of the regional community and fulfils an important role in connecting you to national business issues and Westminster.
We strive to be a strong, influential voice for all businesses, whether you’re a start-up or sole trader, educational organisation or a large manufacturer.
They’re committed to providing relevant and dynamic support and solutions, designed to help meet the business challenges of the modern world.
Devon Communities Together, the community council for Devon, is a champion for its people and environment – helping communities help themselves. Their mission is to inspire communities using knowledge, networks, professionalism and enterprise.
The Digital Sector Skills Team hopes to support local Devon businesses by providing skills training and sector- based support, running projects all across the economy based on where there are gaps in skills, employment, and funding. Their badges are specifically for Digital Devon, a CRF funded project that aims to provide a broad support for digital skills all over Devon, from helping low skilled community residents, to creating a pipeline of skilled trainers.
The Diversity Business Incubator is a Business Hub for Minority Ethnicity entrepreneurs. With a community anchored by faith and helping one and all, they assist with business advice, finding grant money for start-ups or already exisiting businesses.
Dorothy Stringer is a large state comprehensive with 1700 students in Brighton.
Dorothy Stringer is a vibrant, stimulating and happy community – a place where everyone is encouraged to play their part, both inside and outside the classroom. Aiming to create a learning environment that meets the needs of every one of their students, they work to ensure that all students achieve their full academic potential – thriving and developing holistically in a safe and happy environment.
Eastside Community Trust are passionate about the community and putting local people in control so together we can build healthy and happy neighbourhoods. The organisation informs and inspires action in Easton and Lawrence Hill making East Central Bristol a place of possibility for everyone.
Fabrica is a visual arts organisation based in a former Regency church in the heart of Brighton, which commissions contemporary visual art installations specific to the building.
Fife College is a further and higher education college in Fife, Scotland. The college’s main campuses are located in Dunfermline, Glenrothes and Kirkcaldy with smaller campuses in Leven, and Rosyth. The college also operates community learning centres across Fife. The College delivers over 1,000 courses from introductory level to degree and post-graduate studies and across a broad range of curriculum areas.
Form the Future is a non-profit organisation working in the field of careers guidance, information and education. Form the future help young people gain the skills and knowledge they need to make informed decisions about their future job role.
Friends of the Earth are part of an international community dedicated to protecting the natural world and the wellbeing of everyone in it by leading campaigns, providing resources and information, and driving real solutions to the environmental problems facing us all.
Future Foundry establish first steps and progression into the creative industries for marginalised young people. Action Learning programmes tackle barriers to engaging in the arts and generate a more sustainable, diverse and representative creative community and creative workforce by providing training, mentoring, fabrication facilities and performance spaces to support creative producers, artists, makers to generate creative and cultural activity that is relevant to them and their communities.
Greater Brighton Metropolitan College (GBMET) was created from the merger of City College Brighton and Northbrook College Sussex offering a comprehensive range of qualifications for 16-19 year olds, university degrees, full and part time courses for adults, apprenticeships and professional qualifications.
Golden Tree Productions is a not-for-profit Community Interest Company (CIC) celebrating Cornish culture, heritage and language.
Constructing giant mechanical puppets, devising theatre, creating film, producing events, telling stories, uncovering hidden history, delivering training, writing books, developing educational materials, developing partnerships, repairing Cornish hedges and building labyrinths… amongst other activities.
Globalbridge is a pioneering EdTech platform that connects talent to opportunity. Built by teachers, they connect young people & education with employers, apprenticeships, and universities.
In the world of opera Glyndebourne is unique. It is recognised globally as one of the great opera houses, reaching audiences of around 150,000 across the summer Festival and the autumn Tour, as well as many more through cinema screenings and online streams. Through its Learning & Engagement programme Glyndebourne collaborates with people of all backgrounds to create extraordinary experiences sparking a lifelong interest in opera and finding and supporting the talented artists of the future.
A school is more than just a place where students come to learn. It is also a place where a community develops and thrives. It is a place where we come together to support each other achieve.
In Focus have been set up to provide the South of England with much needed extra-curricular arts-based learning to at-risk and vulnerable young people. Working with local authorities to implement projects that support, amongst other things, crime prevention, restorative justice, youth diversion and pro-social behaviour models – delivering sessions to all ages and abilities.
The In Focus team consists of highly skilled artist educators with a combined experience of over 30 years, all of whom are trained Arts Award Advisors at all levels and some with formal teaching qualifications.
Into Games launched in 2019 and operate nationally as the UK’s only non-profit careers and skills service specifically for the games sector, reaching 2 million people a year through events, mentorship and schools programmes. Their mission is to make rewarding roles in games accessible to anyone.
Itchen College believes in lifelong learning, which means that learning does not have to end once you have left school. They run a range of adult learning courses, including courses for Access to Higher Education, a range of GCSEs and Functional Skills and a variety of Community learning courses such as IT, Adult Social Care, Confidence Building, ESOL and Work Academies.
Kettle’s Yard is the University of Cambridge’s modern and contemporary art gallery, a House with a permanent collection of modern art, a gallery showing a varied programme of exhibitions and an inspiring Learning & Community and broader events programme.
The Kinetika Bloco is a performance group with an exuberant mix of young brass and woodwind players, drummers, steel pan and dynamic dancers all in costume creating a “unique new British Carnival sound with a decidedly London edge” (BBC Radio2)
Drawing influences from the Caribbean, Brazil, West and Southern Africa, New Orleans jazz, Funk and Hip Hop – Kinetika Bloco’s mission is to get young people from South London engaged in long term creative activity advancing their education, skills, and capacity.
Lewisham London Borough Council is the local authority for the London Borough of Lewisham in Greater London, England. It is one of London’s 32 borough councils, responsible for providing a range of high quality services where residents are at the heart of services.
Providing students with the knowledge, attitudes and skills to lead happy, fulfilling lives is, Liskeard School believes this is best achieved in co-operation with each other, hence the strapline ‘achieving more together’ and their commitment to Team Liskeard.
Looe Community Academy is a small co-educational 11-16 school of approximately 500 students which is part of SMART (South East Cornwall Multi Academy Regional Trust).
Connecting young people, artists and businesses through creativity, LOOKOUT believe young people, professional artists, teachers, parents, carers and the wider community can all benefit from having more opportunities to be creative and share ideas.
LoveLocalJobs Foundation (CIC) supports young people to benefit from having employer led careers advice and be equipped with experiences, tools and confidence to considerably raise their aspirations and improve their life chances.
Make (Good) Trouble CIC is a media production company and social disrupter. Our work is centred around young people’s mental health and emotional wellbeing, creating ground-breaking content for audiences including young people, parents, carers and teachers, distributed through digital and broadcast channels.
Marine Academy Plymouth believe that every child deserves a world class education, and is one of the most improved schools in the country.
The Merchant Navy Training Board, part of the UK Chamber of Shipping, is the shipping industry’s central body for promoting and developing sector specific education, training and skills. The programme Careers at Sea is the definitive source of information about starting a career in the Merchant Navy on board ship. Careers at Sea promotes the pathways and roles into a career on board ship and beyond, with the help of industry supporters and our Careers at Sea Ambassadors. It reaches people all over the UK in schools, colleges and career advice organisations.
Mount Tamar has a friendly and welcoming atmosphere, with about 110 pupils on roll from many different Local Authorities in the South West.
My Need to Live is a digital platform designed to support & empower young adults to turn aspiration into action.
No Limits is a charity offering free and confidential information, advice, counselling, advocacy and support to children and young people under the age of 26 in Southampton and Hampshire. Young people can come to No Limits for free support on a wide range of issues including housing, homelessness, debt, employment, relationships, sexual health, mental health and substance misuse.
We are an organisation that has a truly unique approach to learning and development. Now thats different design and deliver personal development events and courses that are practical, interactive, energising, enjoyable and highly effective. The organisation specialise in leadership development, communication skills, presentation skills, team building and team working, considered recruitment and coaching.
NSPCC protects children today and prevents abuse tomorrow, to transform society for every childhood.
Since 1982 Orchardville, a social enterprise and registered charity with its headquarters in Belfast, has been supporting people with a learning disability and autism to live, learn and work.
Patcham High School are committed to being a school for all and consider themselves a proactive community who promote inclusivity and celebrate diversity.
Petroc is a further education (FE) and Higher Education (HE) college in Devon, England, with a catchment area covering more than 1,500 square miles (3,900 km2). It also has the largest A-level sixth form in North Devon. The college serves up to 11,000 students each year, on a wide range of full and part-time courses (from entry level to higher education in partnership with Plymouth University), including distance learning and work-based training
Phoenix Community Housing is a not-for-profit resident-led housing association based in south London. They own and manage more than 7,500 homes in the Lewisham wards of Bellingham, Whitefoot, Downham and Grove Park. As a community gateway resident participation and leadership are at the core of their activities. They want all residents to have the opportunity to take ownership, power and control over their lives and community.
Photoworks champions photography for everyone. An international platform, global in reach, Photoworks has provided opportunities for artists and audiences since 1995 with a programme that brings new experiences to audiences and opens up new ways to encounter photography.
Photoworks is a registered charity and the only organisation with a national remit for photography in England. Their work is supported by public funding through Arts Council England’s National Portfolio and led by Shoair Mavlian, Director.
Pick Your Own (PYO) is a Community Interest Company offering free and low cost 1:1 support for isolated, withdrawn or stuck young people aged 13-21 yrs in Brighton & Hove. It is delivered by Elizabeth who has 25+ years of experience in education, SEN and wellbeing. PYO supports young people at their chosen space and pace, with person-centred, strengths-based support. It connects virtually via mediums that the young person is comfortable with and face to face, with a COVID safe approach, including gardens, parks and outdoor cafes, as appropriate.
Plymouth City Council is the unitary authority for Plymouth, Devon.
Plymouth City Council’s (PCC) Environmental Planning sets out to support the growth of a healthy, resilient city, inspire stewardship and reconnect us with our environment. For the benefits of people, planet and Plymouth, PCC aim to create innovative solutions to radically reduce greenhouse gas emissions and enhance the city’s green and blue space to address the climate and ecological emergency through citizen participation and practical projects that protect and enhance and environment.
The Community Connections Youth Team work with young people in Plymouth aged between 11 and 19 (up to 25 years old where there is a specific additional need or disability). PCC make use of a wide range of learning opportunities that allow young people to feel safe, develop as individuals, take part and contribute, as valued members of our community. As well as delivering key programmes and activities, PCC support external and partnership projects to promote the same values and skills for young people.
Plymouth College of Art is an independent University-sector Art School, run by artists and designers for artists and designers. The college offers Art, Design and Digital Media courses across Undergraduate and Postgraduate levels, as well as creative Pre-Degree qualifications for 16 to 19-year-olds.
Engaging people and communities within Plymouth with the transformational power of dance, Plymouth Dance deliver citywide partnership projects that use dance as a vehicle for individual, cultural, organisational and social change.
Plymouth Manufacturers Group are an informal network of manufacturing companies from across Plymouth and beyond.
Pollenize uses the power of community and science to fight against pollinator decline, with a mission to promote and protect all pollinator species and provide tangible solutions for the climate emergency. Their work involves extracting data from its beehives for betterment of the natural environment whilst coordinating community beekeeping, citizen science and public-led rewilding schemes – research on the honeybee will be used as a bioindicator of the health of our environment.
POP’s purpose is to build strong grassroots organisations, charities and social enterprises by supporting them to work together and take a lead role in creating change. They are known for: Convening and facilitating exciting spaces in which people connect, providing excellent advice to grassroots groups, being system thinkers and bringing new ways to understand the challenges we face, funding advice & support to members, and appetite for risk to learn as they go!
Safe New Futures is a Southampton based charity started over 30 years ago to address unemployment issues in and around the most deprived areas of Southampton and the region. They offer free self-development programmes using CBT techniques to help the long-term unemployed, seeing every human being as a valuable human being with incredible worth and an ability to contribute to the community in which they live.
Saltash Community School is a mixed 11 to 18 comprehensive school established in its present form in 1968. Situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty, it occupies a 13-acre site overlooking Plymouth Sound and the Tamar, Tavy and Lynher rivers.
SAVVY was founded on principles of diversity and inclusiveness where everyone is welcome to become part of the SAVVY family regardless of their age, their ability or disability, their advantage or disadvantage. There are no auditions required to Take Part and the company aspires to ambitious levels of professionalism, working with high calibre artists to support the creation and delivery of its work.
SAVVY works principally in the outer London Borough of Croydon, but the company also spreads its wings beyond these areas, to venues and festivals, throughout the UK.
SETsquared is a unique enterprise partnership and a dynamic collaboration between the five leading research-led UK universities of Bath, Bristol, Exeter, Southampton and Surrey.
The UK’s largest independent scaffolding training provider with multiple sites, SIMIAN continues to assist the industry to fill crucial skills gaps in the scaffolding sector, delivering the full range of CISRS suite of courses and apprenticeships to some of the largest scaffolding organisations.
Software Cornwall is an open and collaborative group of technology based businesses, education providers and business support organisations connected to Cornwall, UK. The community is independent and funded by its members, sponsors and supporters.
South Gloucestershire and Stroud College (SGS) is a successful further education college formed by the merger between Stroud College and Filton College. These two high performing colleges merged in February 2012, to give all stakeholders more choice, greater opportunities and a wider range of facilities.
SGS welcome over 12,000 full-time and part-time students of all ages every year and is proud to engage with over 2,000 employers within the region.
South Yorkshire Housing Association is a housing association based in the Sheffield City Region. Along with housing they have a LiveWell arm of the business with projects that support people with employment, mental health, homelessness etc. They are primarily going to use these badges in their employment services which are under the umbrella of ‘Good Work’. Good Work supports people with health conditions to find, stay and thrive in work.
Southampton City Council is working with Badge Nation to expedite resident readiness for, and success in, securing meaningful work. We want to recognise and skills, capabilities, and competencies that residents are acquiring through education, lifelong learning and skills and training programmes that not only validate progress made but also have resonance with employers. Our approach also involves working with employers to shape skills pathways into key roles as well as the ongoing capability development for employees that drives organisational performance. This project is a sub-set of the RSA’s Cities of Learning initiative, for which Southampton City Council has adopted a dynamic model to complement its Future of Work programme.
Founded in 2012, Southampton Music Hub is a growing partnership of local, regional and national organisations, led by Southampton Music Service, working together to build an inspiring and inclusive programme of music making that reflects the cultural diversity of our city. Southampton Music Hub is delivering musical, personal and social outcomes for children, young people and families in the city, delivering life-changing music experiences that enrich the life, health and well-being of our children and our community.
Starting Point is a social enterprise that work with the local communities in and around Stockport to help to reduce digital exclusion. With a device library and data bank for the local community and offer informal training to support people to get online, they have several voluntary roles including digital champions who support people in the local communities.
SOS-UK is an education charity focusing on sustainability, founded by students and staff at the National Union of Students in response to the ecological and climate crises. We work on sustainability across all forms of education, and across all disciplines and subjects. We support students to learn, act and lead for sustainability, wherever they are on their sustainability journey and create pathways for young people to go on to drive change across society as a whole.
SOS International supports student and youth groups globally to lead on sustainability and social justice. They connect, strengthen and scale impactful initiatives – so together we can go further, faster.
Surrey County Council is a large local authority and employer.
Sussex Clubs for Young People is a leading provider and infrastructure support of vibrant, inclusive and empowering youth clubs and activities across East and West Sussex, Brighton and Hove. Supporting a membership of over 140 youth clubs and organisations and directly delivering over 25 youth activities a week with their own team of youth workers, they have an impact on the lives of over 10,000 young people every week.
SW Lakes trust is an independent charity is dedicated to caring for and enhancing the South West’s reservoirs and lakes: they are home to wonderful animals and boast important habitats and built historic sites. The Trust pride themselves on enabling people of all abilities to enjoy these special locations by providing access both on and off the water, with a promise to protect special places for people and wildlife.
Take Art is an arts charity based in Somerset that has received funding from Youth Music to run an Early Childhood Music programme – SoundWaves Network SW – across the South West. The programme is a consortium led by Take Art consisting of eight Music Education Hub partner organisations all invested in and committed to supporting and developing high-quality Early Childhood music infrastructure across the South West. SoundWaves Network SW is a three-year project incorporating a strong element of training for the current and future early childhood workforce in the South West.
Tavistock College is an ambitious, successful and friendly school, with co-operation at the heart of what they do. They take pride in striving for the highest standards together, aiming for young people that leave as happy, well qualified, confident, caring and motivated citizens who will go on to flourish in their lives.
The Box is the South-West’s flagship cultural destination, located in the heart of Plymouth’s vibrant cultural scene. They’re the vessel for six outstanding collections, enabling stories of international and local significance to be told through immersive experiences and amazing objects.
The Co-operative College is an educational charity based in Manchester that works across the world, using co-operative values to equip individuals and communities with the skills and knowledge to transform their lives for the better. As a membership-based organisation, the College delivers projects, training, conferences, professional development and thought-provoking workshops to develop and inspire a new generation of co-operator, supporting them to be empowered, develop skills, behaviours and knowledge so they can have a positive impact not only on their own lives but also on their communities.
The Eden Project, an educational charity, connects us with each other and the living world, exploring how we can work towards a better future. Game Changer at Eden is a brilliant opportunity for young people in Cornwall to get support in exploring training and employment.
The Focus Training Group is an established group offering quality training to anyone who wishes to improve their skills, qualifications and future career prospects. We deliver short courses and apprenticeships in Electrical, Fire and Security, Gas and Oil, Professional and Health and Safety across five dedicated centres in Bristol, Exeter, Newton Abbot, Plymouth and Redruth.
The Hangleton & Knoll Project (HKP) was set up as a Brighton & Hove charity in 1983. It works for and with the community where local residents have shaped and developed the organisation to become a model of good practice.
The Human Hive is a global network of inspiring people and organisations who work WITH not FOR each other to make a more welcoming and inclusive world.
Phoenix’s mission is to enhance the lives of people with learning disabilities, through the provision of a meaningful experience of work and the development of employability and social skills. They provide a safe, supportive, welcoming, environment in which co-workers develop practical work, life and employability skills, in four areas: producing concrete slabs and garden ornaments, making garden furniture and wildlife products, growing vegetables and providing a daily lunch for everyone.
The Trust for Developing Communities is a charity tackling inequality in Brighton and Hove through community-led solutions. Delivering community development work, youth work, research and training, their vision is for Brighton and Hove to become a city of equality, diversity and inclusion where our communities thrive.
Theatre Royal Plymouth is one of the UK’s largest regional producing theatres.
Third Sector International (3Si) is a training centre based in Seville, Spain, that is dedicated to the social, economic and cultural integration of young people across Europe. 3Si organise and manage enriching work placements in a range of sectors for students of further education colleges and training centres in the UK and Ireland, endeavouring to provide learners with the necessary work experience to complement their studies, build their confidence and explore a new cultural environment.
Train4All provides a comprehensive scope of specialist training programmes for employers and learners, operating within the construction and engineering industry. Providing Apprenticeships, Traineeships, NVQs, CSCS, Short Skill DIY Courses, Health & Safety, Supervisory and Management and Armed Forces Resettlement Programmes, Train4All cater for all training needs whether for an employer looking to up skill their workforce or an individual looking to gain qualifications.
Triangular Pixels are an award-winning games studio based in Cornwall, UK, innovating and creating games for good.
Truro and Penwith College is rated Ofsted Outstanding and offers a range of educational choices; supported by modern resources, inspirational teaching and purpose-built facilities.
TR14ers, named by the young residents after their post-code, is a youth led Community Dance Charity based in Camborne, Cornwall.
University of Bedfordshire are a vibrant, ambitious academic community celebrating diversity and the transformative power of education.
Universities are so much more than degree-awarding seats of learning. They are drivers for economic innovation and advancement, catalysts for social change and champions of cultural development. A broad-based, research-intensive University, open to all who can benefit from a University of Plymouth education, and delivering excellent interdisciplinary research, experiential education and civic engagement.
Newquay Orchard is a 7-acre community space in the centre of Newquay, designed and created of over 600 volunteers from the community. They run educational programmes, back to work and wellbeing support programmes, short courses and skills development programmes, and also provide a venue for a wide variety of community events. They have created a space where people from all walks of life can come together to work, rest, play, grow, learn and feel included.
Varndean School is a co-education state maintained comprehensive school for 11-16 year olds offering a modern and diverse curriculum. They give students the opportunity to explore their interests, achieve academic success and develop well-rounded characters to go forth into the world and make a valuable contribution to all our futures.
VYD creates and delivers educational and social impact programmes that improve the lives of people in the community, using the common language and power of football.
Vistry Partnerships is the UK’s leading Partnerships business. Improving peoples’ lives and delivering much needed homes and lasting communities.
Voluntary Action Leicestershire (VAL) has been an active part of the local voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) sector for over half a century. VAL provides advice, support and training to charities and community groups across Leicester and Leicestershire.
Waltham Forest Cultural Education Partnership aims to ensure that all children and young people in Waltham Forest have access to high-quality cultural learning experiences and opportunities to develop their creativity and cultural capital.
WEA is a national adult education charity. In Cambridgeshire WEA are funded by the Cambridge and Peterborough Combined Authority to deliver courses to residents over the age of 19 covering skills, health and wellbeing and tackling inequality.
IVE is a progressive training company that places creativity at the heart of solution-focused learning.
The IVE Hothouse offers Leadership Training programmes, including subsidised programme for SMEs, Resilient and Agile Leadership, helping businesses of all sizes and types implement and manage change within their organisations by developing creatively resilient teams.
The IVE Studio programmes are designed to develop the creative leadership potential of the emerging talent we find in young people – ensuring a future-ready workforce for tomorrow.
Well Versed Ink is a Community Interest Company that strives to provide educational programmes and events to support the wellbeing of communities, working with children as young as 7 years old up to adults.
West Exe School is a vibrant community united in its commitment to creating opportunities for students and staff to achieve success.
Weston College is an Ofsted outstanding college of further and higher education in Weston-super-Mare. Weston provides education and vocational training to around 30,000 learners across the country. They are proud to be regarded as one of the top FE colleges in the UK and have won a Beacon Award from the Association of Colleges for an initiative to enhance the mental health, wellbeing and welfare as well as being named “Employer of the year” at the Lloyds Bank National Business Awards.
Wiltshire Creative is a pan-arts organisation that brings together the energy and ambition of Salisbury Arts Centre, Salisbury International Arts Festival and Salisbury Playhouse. It is an ambitious and innovative joint arts offer that secures a bright future for audiences, artists and participants.
Worthing Theatres and Museum is a unique arts and heritage charity consisting of four theatres, a cinema, a museum and gallery all positioned within the heart of the town of Worthing in West Sussex. Their large portfolio of venues; Connaught Theatre, Studio and Cinema, Pavilion Theatre, Assembly Hall and Museum and Gallery bring the very best theatre, music, dance, exhibitions, film and education opportunities to the community.
Youth Options is a registered charity supporting children and young people to develop their social and emotional capabilities and emotional wellbeing, improve their engagement with learning and to stay safe.
They focus on those children and young people most in need of support including: those who have suffered from adverse child experiences (ACE); those who are disadvantaged by virtue of their social and/or economic status; those with special educational needs; those excluded from education; those on reduced timetables; those in care, and care leavers.
With services vary from Keywork Support, identifying and addressing individual needs, to whole family support programmes – the focus for many of their programmes is engagement with nature through outdoor learning. They also offer centre based and detached open access services, and residential trips.
Young Enterprise was established in NI in 1986 and is part of the Junior Achievement global charity network, providing enterprise, entrepreneurship and financial education to young people aged 5-25. We achieve this through over 20 interactive programmes that challenge young people to develop their skills. – 82% of young people stated taking part in Young Enterprise has given them confidence to succeed in future.
Zoo Co is an award-winning theatre company and registered charity creating powerful, playful productions which have performed to audiences across the UK and around the world.
All of their performances are Relaxed Performances, so everyone gets to feel comfortable in a theatre. Zoo Co strongly believes in the power of engagement and that everyone should be able to participate, theatre is better when everybody is invited. Their work is accessible for deaf audiences, using Creative Captioning and integrated British Sign Language, with casts and creative teams including artists who are d/Deaf, disabled, neuro-diverse, hearing, non-disabled or neuro-typical.