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liftingAccess Ability’s learning and skills projects provides equal access to non-accredited and accredited training opportunities enabling individuals to develop their skills and knowledge which will allow them to make future career choices.

This is delivered by providing training and development sessions on a one to one, small group’s basis within accessible community buildings. Our team of experienced tutors deliver specialist training at a pace, level and duration of individual need. This makes all our learning opportunities a positive and inclusive experience, encouraging individuals to build on their learning journey.

Throughout the months of March and April, Access Ability’s specialist tutors William Hardman and David Mayoh provided several training workshops in Health & Safety in the Workplace and Manual Handling Awareness across our five job club locations.

Throughout the months of March and April, Access Ability’s specialist tutors William Hardman and David Mayoh provided several training workshops in Health & Safety in the Workplace and Manual Handling Awareness across our five job club locations.

This practical and theory based training has allowed all participants to refresh their current knowledge, increase personal confidence to implement safety regulations within a workplace or community setting, as well as enhance their current CV profile for potential employers.