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Abraham Moss

Abraham Moss - Talk English

Last updated 18/05/24

A beginner Conversation Club which will help you to speak English, meet new people and get to know Manchester.

Category:
  • English Language
Type:
  • Drop In
Address
Website
https://www.talk-english.co.uk/manchester/
Contact Email
talk.englishmcr@man-adulted.org.uk
Contact Phone
0161 720 7622
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
Alexandria Library

Alexandria Library

Last updated 18/05/24

"Whether you'd like to practise your English, find a community of friends, or chat about important questions in life and faith, this is the place to be. We offer free English classes,"

Category:
  • English Language
Type:
  • Drop In
Address
Website
https://www.alexandrialibrary.co.uk/
Contact Email
joel.madur@gracechurchmanchester.net
Contact Phone
0161 222 4570
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
All in One Learning Centre

All in One Learning Centre

Last updated 18/05/24

"All in One Learning Centre helps and supports people in the community with regard to education, employment, and overall well-being. They aim to create a positive educational environment to enable ESOL learners to develop their skills to find employment or make progress in their education and opportunities that encourage growth, responsibility, and productivity. Classes run from Pre-Entry to Level 1, where learners are given the opportunity to achieve qualifications in ESOL, English and maths. All In One Learning Centre focuses on improving people’s relationships and careers by providing educational opportunities that will help them regain or gain confidence in their ability to return to or attend college, as well as improve their skill level so they can compete more effectively in the labour market. The main college is in Ardwick, but they plan to open a new venue in Wythenshawe very soon."

Category:
  • Education and Training
  • English Language
Type:
  • Email
Address
Website
https://allinonelearningcentre.co.uk/
Contact Email
info@allinonelearningcentre.co.uk
Contact Phone
0161 277 7622
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
ARC

ARC - Blackburn

Last updated 19/05/24

"The ARC Project has an office space open 3 days a week for case work support for asylum seekers or refugees who need help making phone calls, understanding letters or require advice. ARC also runs a weekly social Drop-In for asylum seekers and refugees to meet, socialise and share food together. During this time there are a range of activities to participate in such as pool, table tennis and craft. Representatives from partner organisations also attend the Drop-In. They are also partnering with Home Start to offer a free playgroup for 0-5 year olds on Thursday 10:00 am - 12:00 noon. ARC also provides English Classes twice a week at different ability levels. These are free of charge, easily accessible and based around practical language learning, aiming to ease integration and boost well-being. English Club runs; Wednesday 10:00 am - 12:00 pm & Friday 10:00 am - 12:00 pm. Each day ARC run four different classes: Absolute Beginners Class (ABC) Beginners Parents with preschool children Intermediate Advanced"

Category:
  • Advice and Support
Category:
  • English Language
Type:
  • Phone and Email
Tags:
  • Children
  • families and new mothers
Address
Website
https://www.arcprojectblackburn.com/activities.htm
Contact Email
arcprojectblackburn@gmail.com
Contact Phone
01254 690282
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 19/05/24)
Ardwick Children's Centre

Ardwick Children's Centre - Talk English

Last updated 18/05/24

A beginner Conversation Club which will help you to speak English, meet new people and get to know Manchester.

Category:
  • English Language
Type:
  • Drop In
Address
Website
https://www.talk-english.co.uk/manchester/
Contact Email
talk.englishmcr@man-adulted.org.uk
Contact Phone
0161 871 2619
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
A&T Training

A&T Training

Last updated 18/05/24

A&T Training provide short courses for learners who are looking to achieve ESOL and Functional Skills qualifications. There is a focus on developing learners’ skills to enable them to achieve a better future, in terms of career progression, apprenticeships or even further education.

Category:
  • Education and Training
  • Employability
  • English Language
Type:
  • Phone and Email
Address
Website
https://atm-training.co.uk/
Contact Email
info@atm-training.co.uk
Contact Phone
0161 224 5367
Contact Phone
07399127128
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
Befriending Asylum Seeker and Refugees

Befriending Asylum Seeker and Refugees - BRASS

Last updated 17/05/24

Advice on asylum support and move-on. OISC Immigration & Asylum Level 1; ESOL ( Zoom & Face to face) , non accredited. Wellbeing / Social activities / Women Group.

Aimed At:
  • Children & family
  • Men and male identifying only
  • Women and female identifying only
Category:
  • English Language
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Immigration Legal Advice - OISC
  • Social Activities and Community Groups
Immigration Status:
  • Asylum Seeker - in dispersal or own accomodation
  • Refugee status and humanitarian protection
Type:
  • Appointment Only
  • Online
  • Phone and Email
  • Self Referral
Tags:
  • Womens' Groups
  • OISC Level 1
Address
Website
http://brassbolton.org
Contact Email
admin@brass-bolton.org.uk
Contact Phone
01204 397 152
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 17/05/24)
Booth Centre

Booth Centre

Last updated 18/05/24

"Support for homeless people, people at risk of homelessness. Support is available at all the sessions around access to accommodation, healthcare, addiction and to learn new skills. Sessions include free internet access, free drinks and free breakfast and lunch as well as toiletries. During cold weather, the Booth Centre also acts as the access point for the Council's cold weather provision shelters. Provide support and advice for homeless European migrants. GMIAU provide immigraiton advice on Thursdays from 9:30am Boaz trust run and advice surgery for homeless people seeking asylum on the first friday of every month. Shelter provide complex housing and welfare advice every second Thursday from 9:30am "

Category:
  • English Language
  • Homelessness and Destitution
Type:
  • Drop In
  • Referral
Tags:
  • Personal Items
  • Hot meals
  • Food
Address
Website
https://www.boothcentre.org.uk/
Contact Email
info@boothcentre.org.uk
Contact Phone
0161 835 2499
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
British Red Cross

British Red Cross - Bury Hub

Last updated 16/05/24

ESOL Classes, Talk English, Employability Workshops, Wellbeing Sessions, Social Activities, Light Refreshment, Advice, Referral & Signposting (housing, health, education, welfare rights & entitlements, etc), Emergency Cash Support, Information Sessions, Extra hub activities i.e. Sports, Guided Visits, Etc.

Category:
  • Employability
  • English Language
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Homelessness and Destitution
  • Social Activities and Community Groups
Type:
  • Drop In
Tags:
  • financial support
Address
Website
https://www.redcross.org.uk/get-help/get-help-as-a-refugee/contact-your-local-refugee-service
Contact Email
wnonge@redcross.org.uk
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 16/05/24)
British Red Cross

British Red Cross - Oldham Hub

Last updated 17/05/24

"We provide face-to-face orientation support to people currently seeking asylum, or people who have received Leave to Remain, in the Oldham area. This support includes casework, English classes, wellbeing activities, workshops, tea, coffee, lunch and a place to meet friends. Our activities and workshops are flexible, depending on feedback we receive from our service users: ESOL Classes, Talk English, Employability Workshops, Wellbeing Sessions, Social Activities, Light Refreshment, Advice, Referral & Signposting (housing, health, education, welfare rights & entitlements, etc), Emergency Cash Support, Information Sessions, Extra hub activities i.e. Sports, Guided Visits, Etc."

Category:
  • Employability
  • English Language
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Homelessness and Destitution
  • Social Activities and Community Groups
Type:
  • Drop In
Tags:
  • financial support
Address
Website
https://www.redcross.org.uk/
Contact Email
gmrs@redcross.org.uk
Contact Phone
0161 888 8932
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 17/05/24)
British Red Cross

British Red Cross - Rochdale Hub

Last updated 17/05/24

We provide face-to-face orientation support to people currently seeking asylum, or people who have received Leave to Remain, in the Rochdale area. This support includes casework, English classes, wellbeing activities, workshops, tea, coffee, lunch and a place to meet friends.

Category:
  • Employability
  • English Language
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Housing
  • Housing
  • Housing
  • Social Activities and Community Groups
Type:
  • Drop In
Tags:
  • Financial Support / Vouchers
Address
Website
https://www.redcross.org.uk/
Contact Email
gmrs@redcross.org.uk
Contact Phone
0161 888 8932
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 17/05/24)
British Red Cross

British Red Cross - Tameside Hub

Last updated 17/05/24

ESOL Classes, Talk English, Employability Workshops, Wellbeing Sessions, Social Activities, Light Refreshment, Advice, Referral & Signposting (housing, health, education, welfare rights & entitlements, etc), Emergency Cash Support, Information Sessions, Extra hub activities i.e. Sports, Guided Visits, Etc.

Category:
  • Employability
  • English Language
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Homelessness and Destitution
  • Social Activities and Community Groups
Type:
  • Drop In
Tags:
  • financial support
Address
Website
https://www.redcross.org.uk/
Contact Email
gmrs@redcross.org.uk
Contact Phone
0161 888 8932
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 17/05/24)
Brunswick Church

Brunswick Church - Talk English

Last updated 18/05/24

"A beginner Conversation Club which will help you to speak English, meet new people and get to know Manchester. Face-to-face Conversation Club for beginners (Pre-entry – Entry 2) ​Feel more confident speaking to people you don’t know Make friends and visit places in Manchester"

Category:
  • English Language
Type:
  • Drop In
Address
Website
https://www.talk-english.co.uk/manchester/
Contact Email
talk.englishmcr@man-adulted.org.uk
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
Caring and Sharing Rochdale

Caring and Sharing Rochdale

Last updated 18/05/24

"Deliver an asylum seeker and refugee drop-in for poeple to conenct and shar their experiences; confidential one-on-one mental health support; access to IT and English classes; signposting to other services Other services include: Mentorship services for young people. Signposting and support to women fleeing domestic violence. Befriending service to women and families that are isolated or those going through hard times. Welcoming and support services to newcomers in the community. Cultural awareness program to celebrate the diversity in Rochdale. Food shopping and delivery to those that are shielding. Phone calling/chatting to those isolated to reduce the effects and pressure of mental health and depression."

Category:
  • English Language
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Social Activities and Community Groups
Type:
  • Drop In
Tags:
  • domestic abuse
  • mental health
Address
Website
https://caringandsharingrochdale.org/
Contact Email
info@caringandsharingrochdale.org
Contact Phone
01706 527880
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
Caritas - Salford

Caritas - Salford - The Lalley Centre - Collyhurst

Last updated 18/05/24

"The Lalley is a vibrant Community Centre, food pantry and community allotment based in North Manchester where people come to get support to improve their lives. We support people with practical needs and in areas such as food support, wellbeing and housing.. Services include a weekly Food Bank – Wednesdays 10.30am – 11.30am; An Emergency Food Parcel service – via agency referral; Health and Well Being sessions on Friday afternoons (term time only); Welfare Benefits, Housing Advice, general support and information, free internet access via our computers and signposting to other services. Lalley Community Allotment, also known as Saint Joseph’s Allotment is part of the Lalley Welcome Centre. We are situated behind St. Malachy’s Primary School where we grow fruit and vegetables for our foodbank, volunteers and the wider community. You can explore the world of plants and fungi and learn how to grow anything from potatoes through sweetcorn to non-native plants like yakon and many more. No previous experience is needed! We also have a garden space where our aim is to provide a space for mental health and well-being. Apart from gardening you can also get involved with DIY projects, arts and crafts or just enjoy a cup of tea or cofee and biscuits. We aim to create a place of refuge from any form of negative thoughts or from the chaos of this fast paced world. We do that by FRIENDSHIPS, FUN & locally grown, tasty FOOD."

Category:
  • English Language
Type:
  • Phone
Address
Website
https://www.caritassalford.org.uk/service-view/services-5/
Contact Email
lalleycentre@caritassalford.org.uk
Contact Phone
0161 205 2754
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
Caritas Shrewsbury

Caritas Shrewsbury - The Well Project

Last updated 19/05/24

"Women come for company and friendship, they feel safe and cared for. There is an opportunity to discuss their worries about paperwork, learn and enjoy cultural exchanges, cook together and learn English through their activities. NB. they have project workers who speak Arabic and Farsi available. ESOL clases also available at the project: Tuesdays, from 12 noon until 2 pm The session is led by Abi a qualified ESOL teacher and supported by a great group of volunteers. There are opportunities to learn basic vocabulary, conversational English and cultural exchange.Participants are assessed on arrival and assigned a volunteer."

Category:
  • English Language
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Social Activities and Community Groups
Type:
  • Drop In
Tags:
  • Womens' Groups
Address
230a Wythenshawe Road, Wythenshawe, M23 0PH,
Website
https://www.caritasshrewsbury.org.uk/services/refugee-project/the-well-project/
Contact Email
mona.moussa@caritasshrewsbury.org.uk
Contact Phone
07387 019 610
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 19/05/24)
Cheetham Hill Welcome Centre

Cheetham Hill Welcome Centre

Last updated 18/05/24

"The Welcome Centre, which is situated in the centre of Cheetham Hill provides English Classes, IT classes, Work Club, Welfare Advice, free Lunches and Food parcels distribution to the most in need, gardening classes to grow your own food, arts and craft classes, and job search support to the local residents in Cheetham Hill and Crumpsall areas. They offer a specific 'Help through Crisis' project and have qualified social workers, and nursing staff and welcome referrals for families with complex needs and mental health issues. Can assist with Refugee Travel document applications."

Category:
  • English Language
  • Health and Wellbeing
Type:
  • Drop In
Address
Website
https://www.waiyin.org.uk
Contact Email
info@waiyin.org.uk
Contact Phone
0161 833 0377
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
Cheshire and Halton Race Equality Centre

Cheshire and Halton Race Equality Centre

Last updated 18/05/24

"Support to Refugees and Asylum Seekers: We currently provide support to refugees through the Vulnerable Person’s Resettlement Scheme. We are also able to provide some support for asylum seekers through Migrant Help UK. We are OISC registered and so can give basic advice/information on immigration and asylum and protection issues. We also sit on strategic partnerships to identify key issues affecting our area. Immigration Advice: We understand just how difficult the immigration system can be to navigate; let one of our qualified advisers help guide you through the process. Free service – we don’t charge for any of our advice or support Qualified – all of our advisors are fully qualified to L1 and the organisation is registered to deliver advice to Level 2 ESOL: We offer less formal community learning ESOL classes from three centres – Chester at the Unity Centre, Ellesmere Port at Trinity Church and Northwich Work Zone. All the classes are taught by ESOL specialist tutors and are structured as a lesson, but you can just drop in. Anyone can attend these classes and they are FREE. We have beginners and advanced classes at our Chester base. We offer ESOL qualifications – Entry 1- 3 through Ascentis, a highly respected qualification body. If you want to attend, you will need to undertake a brief assessment first. Our community learning classes are FREE to all. Our accredited qualifications are FREE to those on benefits or low income; you’ll need to provide proof of earnings or benefits."

Category:
  • English Language
  • Immigration Legal Advice - OISC
Type:
  • Drop In
Tags:
  • OISC level 2
Address
Website
https://www.chawrec.org.uk/
Contact Email
office@chawrec.org.uk
Contact Phone
01244 400 730
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
Community Revival

Community Revival - Ashton

Last updated 18/05/24

"Community Revival UK offers non-accredited and accredited courses to ESOL learners. They provide informal and relaxed classes designed to improve wellbeing and language skills, particularly those from the BAME community including asylum seekers and refugees. Their varied online ESOL programme across Tameside includes Functional Skills qualifications, wellbeing courses, as well as information, advice and guidance to learners. ESOL Skills for Life courses are available from Entry 1 to Level 2 and cover everyday scenarios to develop reading, writing, listening and speaking to support English language skills both at home and in the workplace. Courses last typically for 60 hours and a City & Guilds Certificate is awarded on successful completion. Courses are free for people over 19 years of age and are UK/EU citizens (or have Indefinite Leave to Remain) AND are receiving Benefit and looking for work. (Contact us for more details). Funding is provided by the Growth Company through the European Union Social Fund. ESOL Classes in Tameside at: Ashton: (Monday & Tuesday 10am to 12.30pm) – Broadoak and Smallshaw Community Centre, Broadoak Rd, Ashton-under-Lyne 0L6 8RS"

Category:
  • Education and Training
  • English Language
Type:
  • Phone and Email
Address
Website
http://www.communityrevival.co.uk/
Contact Email
info@communityrevival.co.uk
Contact Phone
07731 959 333
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
Community Revival

Community Revival - Chorlton

Last updated 18/05/24

"Community Revival is a specialist training company, engaging hard-to-reach BAME communities. Through our courses and projects, we encourage, inspire and instruct people, helping them to achieve a better quality of life. We exist to support people in education, training and employment, giving them the skills and knowledge they need to be happy, active members of their community. We offer courses in ESOL, Maths, English, Education and Training, Information, Advice and Guidance, Skills Support for the Workforce and Digital Skills. We also run projects aimed at improving individuals’ wellbeing. These typically take the form of an activity such as knitting, sewing, cooking, sports, and others. ESOL Skills for Life courses are available from Entry 1 to Level 2 and cover everyday scenarios to develop reading, writing, listening and speaking to support English language skills both at home and in the workplace. Courses last typically for 60 hours and a City & Guilds Certificate is awarded on successful completion. Courses are free for people over 19 years of age and are UK/EU citizens (or have Indefinite Leave to Remain) AND are receiving Benefit and looking for work. (Contact us for more details). Funding is provided by the Growth Company through the European Union Social Fund. Classes at: Chorlton: (Monday to Thursday 9.30am to.30pm & 1.30pm to 3.30pm) – 2 Selborne Rd, Manchester M21 0BL Rusholme: (Monday to Wednesday 10am to 12.30pm) – Ethnic Health Forum, 1st Floor, 195 Wilmslow Rd, Manchester M14 5AQ Cheetham Hill: (Monday to Wednesday 10am to 12.30pm) – Welcome Centre, 18 Brentfield Ave, Manchester M8 0TW Longsight: (Thursday Morning 10am to 12pm) – Rethink Rebuild Society, Unit 7 Longsight Business Park, Manchester M13 0PQ Ashton: (Monday & Tuesday 10am to 12.30pm) – Broadoak and Smallshaw Community Centre, Broadoak Rd, Ashton-under-Lyne 0L6 8RS"

Category:
  • Education and Training
  • English Language
Type:
  • Drop In
  • Online
Address
Website
http://www.communityrevival.co.uk/
Contact Email
info@communityrevival.co.uk
Contact Phone
0161 881 1828
07731959333
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
Culture Bridge

Culture Bridge - St Peters Helpers

Last updated 18/05/24

"• Arts and crafts workshops - Knitting, crochet, drawing, music workshops, using our volunteers to run activities and visiting workshop practitioners. • Play activities - these run every session, staffed by volunteers. • English Language activities We have 3 ESOL classes (Beginners, Intermediate and Advance levels) run for small groups, 15-20 at a time, with simple nouns and verbs in written English, but the focus would be on informal learning and English language practice on common topics. Ideally, this is for asylum seekers who remain in Stockport for 6 weeks of sessions. • The sessions are including tea and biscuits conversation, encouragement for those attending to speak about something they enjoy and to ask questions about this, in English. • We provide middle eastern hot meals on the day where we usually have 50-80 guests attending the sessions on Weds • We support with interpreting and translations for the families when they need help. • Supporting the vulnerable people to gain the medical support needed as soon as possible. • Organising several art creativities workshops for the adults and children. • Organising Football and other games for children with the support of the Stockport County Football club on Wednesdays. As of September 2022, our current activities are as follows: • Monday Walking group. We organise special events; picnics, and days out for refugees and asylum seekers, giving them a break from the challenges of daily lives. • Tuesdays: Culture Bridge-Stockport CAN project. Also, supporting the refugee women group at the Bradberry Hotel. • Wednesdays: Refugee Connect Day. Women Group Workshops. We arrange multicultural Art Activities for the refugee, asylum seeking and migrant women group to meet in a safe space where they can share their experiences and journeys of leaving their birth-home countries and integrating into their new lives in the UK. • Thursday: working with the Woodbank Community Gardening workshop to support a group of the asylum-seeking adults at the Britannia hotel to improve their mental and physical health wellbeing. • Fridays: Women’s Multicultural Art & culture activities.

Category:
  • English Language
  • Homelessness and Destitution
  • Social Activities and Community Groups
Type:
  • Drop In
  • Self Referral
Tags:
  • Personal Items
  • Womens' Groups
Address
Website
https://en-gb.facebook.com/culturebridgemcr/
Contact Email
stpetershelpers@gmail.com
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
Diversity Matters North West

Diversity Matters North West

Last updated 18/05/24

"Diversiry matters is a user led service, aiming to listen, involve, empower and enable individuals. Our activities are delivered to ensure we eliminate as many barriers to participation and engagement as possible, which is achieved through providing bilingual, culturally sensitive provision across Tameside. ESOL classes are based across Tameside, with the main delivery venue situated in Hyde. We deliver basic conversation classes, including women only classes, but also work in partnership other providers to deliver classes to residents with a higher level of English. We also have opportunities for people to engage in volunteering, employment support and training, health and wellbeing workshops, and a range of social activities Perr Support Mentoring: Provide support for South Asian women who are in crisis and need one-to-one support. Access opportunities to reduce isolation, experience learning opportunities and social activities, awareness sessions and information from local services. For more information, please contact: Nisma: 07549956567/ nisma@diversitymattersnw.org.uk Womens Basic Skills, Training and Employment Readiness: We are supporting women for employment readiness and basic skills training such as English, IT and confidence building. We also offer virtual training sessions. For more information or to register, please contact: Hasina:07591572844 / hasina@diversitymattersnw.org.uk or Shibley: 07946329099 / rilly@diversitymattersnw.org.uk Women Only Employment Support and Training programmes and classes. Befrieding Matters Tameside: Befriending Matters Tameside is a service which offers wellbeing support for people who are lonely, experiencing vulnerabilities and isolated. This service is a mix of weekly telephone and in person befriending. For more information please contact: Mahmuda: 07562686183 / mahmuda@diversitymattersnw.org.uk or Angie: 07467196702 / angie.knowles@stpeterspartnerships.org"

Category:
  • Education and Training
  • English Language
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Social Activities and Community Groups
Type:
  • Drop In
Address
Website
https://diversitymattersnw.org.uk/
Contact Email
info@diversitymattersnw.org.uk
Contact Phone
0161 368 3268
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
Doosti Salford

Doosti Salford

Last updated 18/05/24

The group has English conversation and an art session such as hand croft, math and chess. Also, we do some family activities such as picnics and cooking for mothers and children. The group collaborates with other communities and organisations to run events such as refugee week, New year, Black history month, festivals, and Hate crime week. In all activities, we inform family and participants to join the event. The group is welcome to anyone regardless of age, race, sexual orientation, religion, language and culture. In addition, we have some workshops related to well-being and mental health and the group is doing signposting and receiving referrals.

Category:
  • English Language
  • Social Activities and Community Groups
Type:
  • Phone and Email
Address
Website
https://en-gb.facebook.com/doosticm/
Contact Email
doosti2.salford@gmail.com
Contact Phone
7445335447
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
Douglas Valley Outreach

Douglas Valley Outreach

Last updated 18/05/24

We are a local charity based in Parbold, Lancashire which provides a welcoming, befriending and practical support including English language skills to asylum seekers and refugees living in the local areas of Skelmersdale and Wigan. We have over 20 volunteers working with families in Wigan and Skelmersdale befriending, helping with English conversation and supporting them as they settle into our community.

Category:
  • English Language
  • Social Activities and Community Groups
Tags:
  • Womens' Groups
Address
Contact Email
douglasvalleyoutreach@gmail.com
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
First Asian Support Trust (FAST)

First Asian Support Trust (FAST) – Community Point Resource Centre

Last updated 18/05/24

"First Asian Support Trust (FAST) Ltd provides support in local communities for people in need. Delivering employment, Education and Training opportunities. Over time services have increased to support the development and progression of disabled people and people from ethnic minority communities, into mainstream provision, learning and employment. FAST is a job broker under the New Deal for Disabled people(NDDP)initiative and also offers training through Learn Direct and ONCW courses. Examples of services: - We Are Digital - ESOL - accredited and conversation - Life In The UK Exam training - Basic computer skills - possibility of gaining a free tablet at the end of this course - National Data Bank - over 6 months free data - Employment skills and CV

Category:
  • Education and Training
  • Employability
  • English Language
  • Homelessness and Destitution
Type:
  • Drop In
  • Phone
Tags:
  • digital support
Address
Website
http://www.fast-uk.org
Contact Email
linda.malone@fast-uk.org
Contact Phone
0161 740 3399
0161 795 9513
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
Firwood Church

Firwood Church

Last updated 18/05/24

Our free English conversation classes will help you to improve your confidence and ability to use English in everyday situations. We are very friendly and fairly informal. Lessons are suitable for complete beginners to intermediate level. We mainly focus on speaking and listening but also encourage reading and writing according to the student’s requirements. Sessions are led by qualified teachers with the support of other volunteers who draw from a range of resources, including ESOL Entry Level 1, English My Way and bespoke support.

Category:
  • English Language
Type:
  • Drop In
Address
Contact Email
life@firwood.church
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
GM ESOL

GM ESOL

Last updated 18/05/24

"Web based gateway to access ESOL within Greater Manchester. Local authorities in Manchester, Salford, Rochdale, Bury, Trafford, Oldham and Tameside are working in partnership to help people join suitable ESOL courses in their local area. You will need to complete a short application. We will then contact you to arrange an assessment for an ESOL class in your local area. If you wish to join an ESOL class but you are not able to complete an online application, you will need to make an appointment to have an assessment in your local area. Watch the video which explains the assessment at an ESOL Advice session. We follow the same process in Manchester, Rochdale, Salford, Bury, Tameside, Oldham, Trafford and Stockport. You only need ONE assessment for any of the ESOL courses in these areas of Greater Manchester. A teacher will ask you a few questions about yourself, where and when you can study and may ask you to read and write a little if you can. This will help us decide which class is good for you. You will need 30 minutes to do the assessment. You can bring a friend or a family member with you for support if you wish. We don’t currently have an ESOL Hub in Bolton or Wigan. You can still have an assessment if you are happy to study online or outside your local area where we might be able to offer you a course. Site also has online modules you can study at home. It also has links ot organisations that can assist with digital inclusion."

Category:
  • Employability
  • English Language
Type:
  • Phone
  • Self Referral
Address
Website
https://gmesol.org/
Contact Email
esol@manchester.gov.uk
Contact Phone
0161 234 5684
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
Golden Centre of Opportunity

Golden Centre of Opportunity

Last updated 18/05/24

"Offer advice for: Bills, Housing, Debts and Finances, Universal Credit, Personal Issues, Benefit Appeals, Sanctions in PIP and ESA, Completion of housing forms. Offer ESOL courses that will help you improve your Speaking, Listening, Writing and Reading. Pre-Entry, Entry 1, Entry 2, Entry 3 ESOL. Must be on mainstream benefits or working less than 16 hours to be eligible. Employment training, advice and support. If you are currently out of work seeking employment, Golden Centre of Opportunities are here to offer the support you need. From confidence and motivation building to updating and compiling your CV to Job Searches. Courses inc. Child Care - level 1, level 1 City & Guilds; Health & Social Care - level 1, level 2 City & Guilds; Security Guard courses; Interpreter & translator service. Apprenticeships available for 16-24 year olds."

Category:
  • Education and Training
  • Employability
  • English Language
Type:
  • Phone and Email
Address
Website
https://www.golden-centre.co.uk/
Contact Email
info@golden-centre.co.uk
Contact Phone
0161 226 6181
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
Greenheys

Greenheys - Talk English

Last updated 18/05/24

A beginner Conversation Club which will help you to speak English, meet new people and get to know Manchester.

Category:
  • English Language
Type:
  • Drop In
Address
Website
https://www.talk-english.co.uk/manchester/
Contact Email
talk.englishmcr@man-adulted.org.uk
Contact Phone
0161 254 7314
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
Guidelance Hub at the Waterloo Centre

Guidelance Hub at the Waterloo Centre - Talk English

Last updated 18/05/24

"Our Talk English Course will enable people to learn and improve their English, giving them the skills and confidence to interact in everyday settings, helping them to access services and get more involved in the wider community. We believe that nobody should be held back by a language barrier, so no matter the age or background we would encourage people to come join our free course. This will also be a chance to meet new people and try new things, such as our Talk English Activities and trips for people enrolled on the course. This will allow them to meet others, practise speaking English and do something fun and different."

Category:
  • English Language
Type:
  • Drop In
Address
Website
https://www.talk-english.co.uk/manchester/
Contact Email
talk.englishmcr@man-adulted.org.uk
Contact Phone
0161 870 6001
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
Harpurhey Children's Centre

Harpurhey Children's Centre - Talk English

Last updated 18/05/24

A beginner Conversation Club which will help you to speak English, meet new people and get to know Manchester.

Category:
  • English Language
Type:
  • Drop In
Address
Website
https://www.talk-english.co.uk/manchester/
Contact Email
talk.englishmcr@man-adulted.org.uk
Contact Phone
0161 219 6064
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
Heart 4 Refugees

Heart 4 Refugees

Last updated 19/05/24

"Each Monday, Wednesday & Friday (11am-2pm) we offer a hot lunch cooked by the community we serve at Grange Baptist Church, Whetstone Lane, CH41 2QS. We provide a safe place for Asylum Seekers and Refugees to make friends, seek help and get involved in our community. We have plenty of games and activities to keep you busy. This also runs on the first Saturday of each month, 11am-2pm. Also run a cycling club, English conversation classes and music art therapy classes."

Category:
  • English Language
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Homelessness and Destitution
  • Social Activities and Community Groups
Type:
  • Drop In
  • Referral
  • Self Referral
Tags:
  • Hot meals
Address
Website
https://www.heart4refugees.org/
Contact Email
enquiries@aheart4refugees.org
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 19/05/24)
Heart and Parcel

Heart and Parcel

Last updated 18/05/24

Offer free cooking classes as a way to learn English, learn new recipes, and meet new people. We offer free English lessions and events. Join our whatsapp group via our website to stay connected, share recipes and practice your Englihs. Currently offering face to face and remote options.

Category:
  • English Language
  • Social Activities and Community Groups
Type:
  • Online
Address
Website
https://heartandparcel.org/
Contact Email
info@heartandparcel.org
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
Holy Trinity Church and Community Centre

Holy Trinity Church and Community Centre

Last updated 18/05/24

"Through its partnership with Tameside College, Holy Trinity Church & Community Centre (HTCCC) delivers ESOL courses at Pre-Entry level to local, difficult-to-reach women to increase their confidence and help them connect with others. They provide a friendly, supportive and inclusive learning environment to teach a varied ESOL curriculum, appropriate to the learner’s level, from phonics to everyday life to health & wellbeing. Through their strong relationship with Tameside College, learners have the opportunity to progress onto accredited learning courses at the college. HTCCC also offers sewing-with-ESOL classes and learners benefit from enrichment activities, such as trips to the theatre and countryside walks. They also run a ‘school ready’ school preparation class for the parents of nursery aged children, in partnership with Holy Trinity Primary School. SOL Cafe is attended by around 35 – 40 women every week. We do talking and listening, writing and grammar, for pre-entry and entry level English level learners. We do much more! We have specialists come in and share information, such as The Council’s Safer Communities, Career opportunities in the Police force and ACE courses. There are opportunities to so many other courses, the latest on offer is a computing course from ACE. We have a free crèche available for your little ones.

Category:
  • Advice and Support
Category:
  • English Language
Type:
  • Drop In
  • Phone
Tags:
  • Children
  • families and new mothers
Address
Website
https://htccc.org/
Contact Email
holytrinityccc@outlook.com
Contact Phone
0161 339 0236
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
Hope Cafe

Hope Cafe - Crewe

Last updated 19/05/24

"Hope Cafe for asylum seekers provides food, clothes, household items, bikes where possible, English conversation, coffee, a place to relax and chat, and we help with whatever we can, from form filling, to phone calls, to helping with setting up bank accounts. Since 2018 Hope Church have opened Hope Cafe to provide support to asylum seekers, wanting to help them in their transition to Crewe and the UK. Pre Covid we provided food, clothes, household items, English conversation worksheets and a place to relax and chat, with table tennis and table football! For the past year we have been delivering food to homes, and have helped with many and varied practical needs, such as ringing doctors, asylum help, helping with setting up bank accounts, reading letters, and often just a friendly face to support people in their situations."

Category:
  • English Language
  • Homelessness and Destitution
  • Social Activities and Community Groups
Type:
  • Drop In
Tags:
  • Personal Items
  • Food Bank
Address
Website
http://hopechurchcrewe.com/community/#cafe
Contact Email
info@hopechurchcrewe.com
Contact Phone
07398612846
07906616373
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 19/05/24)
Kashmir Youth Project

Kashmir Youth Project

Last updated 18/05/24

ESOL and Life in the UK classes

Category:
  • Advice and Support
Category:
  • Education and Training
  • Employability
  • English Language
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Homelessness and Destitution
Type:
  • Self Referral
Tags:
  • mental health
  • Life in the UK
  • Benefits
  • Elderly
  • Womens' Groups
Address
Website
http://www.kyp.org.uk/
Contact Email
ghazalla@kyp.org.uk
Contact Phone
01706 515706
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
Last updated 18/05/24

"FREE online ESOL classes and conversation clubs for migrant*and refugee adults Who can join CLIP? CLIP is an ESOL and integration project for adult migrants* and refugees who are planning to settle in the UK. *IMPORTANT: To be eligible, learners must be nationals of a non-EU country, or refugees. We are sorry that we cannot offer places to people with UK or EU citizenship. Most CLIP learners are parents/ carers of pre-school and primary-aged children – but you can still register if you don’t have children. Most CLIP learners live in London – but you can still register if you live outside London. FREE ESOL classes on-line ESOL classes are twice a week at different levels from pre-Entry to Level 1 FREE ESOL accreditation Some FREE childcare places for face-to-face programmes FREE conversation clubs, family workshops, community events and trips FREE volunteer training and support"

Category:
  • English Language
Type:
  • Self Referral
Address
Website
https://www.learningunlimited.co/projects/clip/
Contact Email
info@learningunlimited.co
Contact Phone
020 3700 1162
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
Levenshulme Inspire Centre

Levenshulme Inspire Centre

Last updated 18/05/24

"Levenshulme Inspire is a community-led organisation which brings together people from many backgrounds to transform our area through community activity, creativity, enterprise and fun. We offer a range of events to the community (see website), and our Cafe is open Monday - Friday for food and friends. Foodcycle provide free community meals on Thursdays. ESOL course also run from the centre. Play sessions for pre school children from 9.30am – 11am every Wednesday. Held in the cafe space, with biscuits and juice for only £1 per session."

Category:
  • English Language
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Homelessness and Destitution
  • Social Activities and Community Groups
Type:
  • Drop In
  • Online
Tags:
  • Hot meals
Address
Website
https://www.lev-inspire.org.uk/
Contact Email
bookings@lev-inspire.org.uk
Contact Phone
0161 850 5717
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
Levy Old Library

Levy Old Library - Talk English

Last updated 18/05/24

A beginner Conversation Club which will help you to speak English, meet new people and get to know Manchester.

Category:
  • English Language
Type:
  • Drop In
Address
Website
https://www.talk-english.co.uk/manchester/
Contact Email
talk.englishmcr@man-adulted.org.uk
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
Longsight Childen's Centre

Longsight Childen's Centre - Talk English

Last updated 18/05/24

A beginner Conversation Club which will help you to speak English, meet new people and get to know Manchester.

Category:
  • English Language
Type:
  • Drop In
Address
Website
https://www.talk-english.co.uk/manchester/
Contact Email
talk.englishmcr@man-adulted.org.uk
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
Longsight Library

Longsight Library - Talk English

Last updated 18/05/24

A beginner Conversation Club which will help you to speak English, meet new people and get to know Manchester.

Category:
  • English Language
Type:
  • Drop In
Address
Website
https://www.talk-english.co.uk/manchester/
Contact Email
talk.englishmcr@man-adulted.org.uk
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
Make a Difference

Make a Difference - Heaton Norris Community Centre

Last updated 18/05/24

"A non judgmental, safe space to talk, listen, or creatively engage. ESOL: We offer a FREE ESOL and Citizenship , which consist of a informal platform to engage in english conversation, History and British culture as well as learning and celebrating other cultures and traditions which represent the diversity of our weekly group attendees . Cultural Community Kitchen: A cultural community kitchen program, led by local resident volunteers. Building a community empowerment program that will educate “why to “and “how to” through culturally appropriate food. Every Friday Evening 4-8pm in Summer 2022. Our organisation is very well connected to local voluntary and statutory service and works together to create a holistic package of support for all members of the family or individual needs."

Category:
  • English Language
  • Social Activities and Community Groups
Type:
  • Drop In
Address
Website
https://en-gb.facebook.com/heaton.norris.community.centre/
Contact Email
makeadifferencegm@gmail.com
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
Manchester Adult Education Service (MAES)

Manchester Adult Education Service (MAES) - MAES

Last updated 18/05/24

"A part of Greater Manchester ESOL. We offer funded ESOL courses in 11 locations across Manchester from Pre Entry to Level 1. Complete our online form to find a provider near you. We offer: ESOL - English for Work ESOL - Everyday English

Category:
  • English Language
Type:
  • Self Referral
Address
Website
https://manadulted.org.uk/courses/esol/
Contact Email
maes.safeguarding@manchester.gov.uk
Contact Phone
0161 219 6733
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
Manchester College

Manchester College

Last updated 18/05/24

"A part of Greater Manchetser ESOL. We offer funded ESOL courses in 4 locations from Entry 1 to Level 2. We offer ESOL for 16-18 year olds, and adult learning classes.

Category:
  • English Language
Type:
  • Self Referral
Address
Website
https://www.tmc.ac.uk/
Contact Email
enquiries@tmc.ac.uk
Contact Phone
03333 222 444
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
Manchester Migrant Solidarity (MISOL)

Manchester Migrant Solidarity (MISOL)

Last updated 18/05/24

"Manchester Migrant Solidarity (Manchester MiSol) is a self-help group set up as a convergence space for all migrants including asylum seekers offering practical and social activities for mutual support, empowerment and solidarity with non-migrants to build a powerful political voice against the systematic mistreatment of migrants in the UK. Here are some of what we undertake: - Awareness raising of migrants and asylum seekers’ issues - Workshops (appeals, legal, campaigning etc.) - Language help/lessons - Socials (cooking etc.) - Anti-deportation mobilisation and detention support - Film showings/talks/infosessions"

Category:
  • Education and Training
  • English Language
Type:
  • Online
  • Phone and Email
Address
Website
http://www.manchestermigrantsolidarity.org/
Contact Email
info@manchestermigrantsolidarity.org
Contact Phone
7448506003
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
Martenscroft Children's Centre

Martenscroft Children's Centre - Talk English

Last updated 18/05/24

Category:
  • English Language
Type:
  • Drop In
Address
Website
https://www.talk-english.co.uk/manchester/
Contact Email
talk.englishmcr@man-adulted.org.uk
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
Migrant Support

Migrant Support

Last updated 18/05/24

"Volunteers and staff help with asylum support, asylum process, claiming asylum, how to access to immigration advice and referrals and signposting to other solicitor firms and legal services colleagues. The team also assist with: Refugee travel documents (for those with refugee status only), naturalisation as British Citizen (adult), registration as British Citizen (child), lost BRP card, EEA residence cards for EEA national and their family members (including permanent residency), NLT and TOC (bio-metric residence card for those with visa in passport of paper document), and Leave in line application (for a child of a refugee born after parent is granted refugee status). Also help with the provision on advice and practical support on accessing to services including housing, access to health and welfare services. Also deliver ESOL classes, Language Parties, Language Clubs, Migrants Voices from the North – Radio Show. The Language Employability and Integration Hubs are aimed to support people from diverse migrant communities who are new in the UK to not only learn English but also to reduce levels of isolation encouraging them to understand English culture, skills for life and increase chances to get employment. The LE Integration Hubs also is a platform to understand multiculturalism and develop conversations about respect and tolerance. Teachers and volunteers deliver English for Skill for Life sessions covering basic and advanced grammar Provide access to private housing to refuges that have status, along with a six month reintegration package to help people claim benefits, education, healthcare, local orientation etc."

Category:
  • English Language
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Housing
Type:
  • Phone and Email
Tags:
  • VCS OISC Accredited
Address
Website
https://www.migrantsupport.org.uk/index.html
Contact Email
info@migrantsupport.org.uk
Contact Phone
0784 748 0421
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)
Mount Road Children's Centre

Mount Road Children's Centre - Talk English

Last updated 19/05/24

A beginner Conversation Club which will help you to speak English, meet new people and get to know Manchester.

Category:
  • English Language
Type:
  • Drop In
Address
Website
https://www.talk-english.co.uk/manchester/
Contact Email
talk.englishmcr@man-adulted.org.uk
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 19/05/24)
Newton Heath Children's Centre

Newton Heath Children's Centre - Talk English

Last updated 19/05/24

A beginner Conversation Club which will help you to speak English, meet new people and get to know Manchester.

Category:
  • English Language
Type:
  • Drop In
Address
Website
https://www.talk-english.co.uk/manchester/
Contact Email
talk.englishmcr@man-adulted.org.uk
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 19/05/24)
Northmoor Community Centre

Northmoor Community Centre - Talk English

Last updated 19/05/24

A beginner Conversation Club which will help you to speak English, meet new people and get to know Manchester.

Category:
  • English Language
Type:
  • Drop In
Address
Website
http://www.northmoorcommunity.co.uk/
Contact Email
talk.englishmcr@man-adulted.org.uk
Contact Phone
0161 248 6823
07969020130
07308151468
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 19/05/24)
Oldham Bethel Church

Oldham Bethel Church

Last updated 19/05/24

"Wednesdays 10am-12pm If English is not your first language and you want to improve your English speaking, reading and writing skills our English Classes are the place for you. You may have tried getting onto a college course and been unable to meet the language requirements. Perhaps you want to improve your English whilst getting to know some other people. Maybe you simply wish to speak English more fluently to help in your everyday life. Whatever the reason, our classes are open to anyone who wants to improve their English speaking and listening skills as well as enhance their reading and writing abilities. We have no minimum language requirement and cater for a range of abilities. We run two classes simultaneously: a beginners and an intermediate class. All lessons are delivered by warm and friendly staff who are keen to help you learn. Classes run every Wednesday from 10am-12pm at Oldham Bethel Church. We usually begin with tea and coffee in order to get to know one another better. This means you learn English in a classroom setting as well as having the opportunity to put your speaking skills into practice by talking with native English-speakers. You can remain in our classes for as long as you feel it is helpful to your progress. Some of our students remain with us a long time while others join us more briefly before enrolling onto higher level college courses. However long you plan to learn with us, you are welcome. Community Food Bags: Turn up outside the church between 11-12 on a Saturday if you need help with a few items of food. No voucher required. Just turn up and pick up a bag or two of food donated by local supermarkets."

Category:
  • English Language
  • Homelessness and Destitution
Type:
  • Drop In
Tags:
  • Food Bank
Address
Website
https://www.oldhambethelchurch.org.uk/
Contact Email
info@oldhambethelchurch.org.uk
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 19/05/24)
Oldham Lifelong Learning

Oldham Lifelong Learning

Last updated 19/05/24

"We are an Adult Education provider (19 years and older) and offer English as a Second Language to residents across the borough in order to help learners to improve their English language. Our provision is based across three main centres : Coldhurst Lifelong Learning Centre, Rochdale Road, Oldham, OL1 2HR Oldham Lifelong Learning Centre, Greaves Street, Oldham, OL1 1AL Werneth Park Lifelong Learning Centre, Frederick Street, Werneth, Oldham, OL8 1RB We also work in partnership with other organisations to deliver provision across Oldham Oldham Lifelong Learning Service offer a range of vocational and non-vocational provision at Pre Entry, Entry 1, Entry 2, Entry 3 and Level 1. Learners can work towards the Ascentis Award in ESOL Speaking & Listening, Award in ESOL Reading and Award in ESOL Writing across the academic year. Courses are either one or two classes per week. Job Centre Plus learners can be referred for an initial assessment via their work coach by contacting Margaret Manning on 0161 770 1531. Courses are four mornings or four afternoons per week. The provision is offered to Pre Entry, Entry 1 and Entry 2 learners who are actively looking for work"

Category:
  • English Language
Immigration Status:
  • Refugee status and humanitarian protection
Type:
  • Online
Address
Website
https://www.oldham.gov.uk/lifelonglearning
Contact Email
lifelong.learning@oldham.gov.uk
Contact Phone
0800 525 956
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 19/05/24)
Old Moat Children's Centre

Old Moat Children's Centre - Talk English

Last updated 19/05/24

A beginner Conversation Club which will help you to speak English, meet new people and get to know Manchester.

Category:
  • English Language
Type:
  • Drop In
Address
Website
https://www.talk-english.co.uk/manchester/
Contact Email
talk.englishmcr@man-adulted.org.uk
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 19/05/24)
Rainbow Haven

Rainbow Haven - Classes and Activities

Last updated 17/05/24

"Taught classes, with some one to one tuition, including ESOL and digital skills. Also host the Refugees and Mentors work club. Well-being courses and activities - have an activites programme that runs throughout the year including - Gardening, arts and crafts, choir, mum and baby group, perinatal mental health and well being, dance, yoga Various volunteer roles, majority filled by refugees/migrants"

Category:
  • Education and Training
  • Employability
  • English Language
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Social Activities and Community Groups
Type:
  • Drop In
  • Referral
  • Self Referral
Tags:
  • Womens' Groups
Address
Website
http://www.rainbowhaven.org.uk
Contact Email
info@rainbowhaven.org.uk
Contact Phone
0161 370 3472
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 17/05/24)
Rethink Rebuild Society

Rethink Rebuild Society

Last updated 19/05/24

"Rethink Rebuild Society (RR) is a Manchester-based charity that works towards improving the lives of refugees, asylum seekers, and immigrants, in particular but not exclusively Syrians in the UK, helping them become positively established within British society. RR has established an advice service that provides support with benefits, job searches, and immigration matters, thus working to improve the economic and social well-being of Syrians and refugees from other countries, helping them to become self-reliant in their new country. RR also endeavours to relieve or prevent poverty among refugees, asylum seekers and immigrants, in particular but not exclusively, Syrians. RR provides advice regarding education, housing and employment. Education and training are also provided in computer skills, entrepreneurship, and volunteering opportunities, mainly in English. Social Inclusion: RR promotes social inclusion for the public benefit by preventing refugees, asylum seekers, and immigrants from becoming socially excluded. RR provides education and training in English language and culture; promotes the arts culture and heritage of refugee communities; and provides recreational facilities that bring communities together and relieve isolation. Social Gatherings: RR also brings the Syrian community together during these difficult times in their mother country. RR organises social gatherings, in particular but not exclusively, for the Syrian community during Eid days and Christmas and Easter holidays, a time when many may feel particularly lonely or isolated, away from family and friends. . Monthly Seminars and Movie Screenings: As implied by our name Rethink Rebuild Society, we are heavily invested in stimulating debate and promoting discussion within our community. Our monthly seminars and movie screenings address issues pertaining to Syria or Syrians, or refugees, asylum seekers, and immigrants from other countries, and allow for constructive discussion and debate.

Category:
  • English Language
  • Social Activities and Community Groups
Type:
  • Drop In
Address
Website
https://www.rrsoc.org/
Contact Email
info@rrsoc.org
Contact Phone
0161 222 9779
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 19/05/24)
Revive

Revive - Salford Hub

Last updated 16/05/24

Drop-in service for asylum seekers and refugees covering move-on advice for newly recognised refugees, asylum support, No recourse to public funds, homelessness. Run non-accredited ESOL classes. Present at hub and register to access. Employability/IT support Volunteering programme. Social club (football, cycling, snooker, table tennis) Destitution support: food parcels and other essentials

Category:
  • Advice and Support
Category:
  • English Language
  • Homelessness and Destitution
  • Immigration Legal Advice - OISC
  • Social Activities and Community Groups
  • Volunteering
Type:
  • Drop In
  • Referral
Tags:
  • Hot meals
  • OISC Level 3
  • Hate Crime reporting/support
  • Family Reunion
  • Food Bank
Address
Website
https://www.revive-uk.org
Contact Email
info@revive-uk.org
Contact Phone
0161 223 5668
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 16/05/24)
Seetec Outsource

Seetec Outsource

Last updated 19/05/24

"Seetec Outsource aims to enhance all learners’ personal, social and emotional well-being by integrating them into our inclusive teaching and learning community. All staff members are fully qualified to support diverse learner groups in achieving their qualifications by offering bespoke learning opportunities to meet individual needs. Their centres deliver a range of vocational courses, as well as ESOL, to learners from Entry 1 and above. They also provide enrichment opportunities, such as trips to museums and galleries, to enhance the learning experience. Our ESOL Skills for Life Academy is ideal for adults aged 19+ who want to improve their English, find work and integrate successfully into life in the UK. Courses are free to eligible learners and build important communication, social and functional skills. We can also help you find employment and training opportunities that are right for you. Over 12 weeks you’ll get: Award in ESOL Reading Award in ESOL Writing Award in ESOL Speaking & Listening Award in Progression (Money management and employment rights and responsibilities) Award in British Values Award in Mental Well-being Award in Employability Skills (CV writing, interviews, applications and job searching) In addition we provide: A blended mix of classroom and online learning Strong employer links which can open up a wide range of career options An understanding of British culture and values to help you adjust to life in the UK Support with IT skills Access to the online personality profiler Skilful, so that support can be tailored to your individual needs, personality and aspirations Enrichment opportunities, including visits to libraries, museums and art galleries You’ll need a minimum of Entry Level 3 in speaking and listening to register for the Academy. Alternatively you can complete one of our other ESOL courses first and progress onto the Academy when you’re ready."

Category:
  • Employability
  • English Language
Immigration Status:
  • Refugee status and humanitarian protection
Address
Website
https://www.seetecoutsource.co.uk/opportunity/esol-skills-for-life-academy/
Contact Email
paul.maleque@seetec.co.uk
Contact Phone
0161 519 4900
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 19/05/24)
St Johns Centre

St Johns Centre - ESOL classes

Last updated 19/05/24

"We generally have several ESOL courses and conversation groups running at St John’s at various levels, in association with the Workers’ Educational Association (WEA). Classes inc. First Steps ESOL for pre-entry learners, and Get Ready for Entry 1 Speaking and Listening. Also run open access, volunteer-led groups, which are free and open to anyone inc.: ESOL Speaking and Listening (B2/Level 1); Discover Manchester (all levels); Family ESOL – all levels (pre-school children welcome, please book a place)

Category:
  • English Language
Type:
  • Phone and Email
Address
Website
http://www.stjohnscentre.org/
Contact Email
claire@stjohnscentre.org
Contact Phone
0161 872 7795
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 19/05/24)
Stockport Continuing Education Service

Stockport Continuing Education Service

Last updated 19/05/24

"Stockport Continuing Education Service aims to inspire the people of Stockport with our high quality courses. Our courses will help you to achieve your personal goals. We pride ourselves on our very personal and supportive approach and on being very focused on helping learners progress and achieve success. We run a programme of adult learning courses, including ESOL Speaking and Listening from Pre-entry to Level 2, Functional Skills English and Maths, and Digital Skills. We have ESOL courses during the day throughout the week and on a Tuesday evening. There is an opportunity to gain qualifications on some courses. We also offer a range of courses for the Children’s Workforce to include a Pathways Programme covering a broad range of roles enabling learners to make informed choices on what best meets their needs and interests. Learners can progress or enrol directly onto Level 2 and Level 3 Supporting Teaching and Learning and will be supported in finding a work placement or paid employment in a nursery, school, or college. Across our vocational pathways, learners have the opportunity to complete: Level 2 Food Hygiene Paediatric First Aid First Aid at Work Safeguarding and Prevent The Service will fund a volunteer’s DBS to support learners who want to undertake a work placement to gain work experience and provide evidence for their qualification. We work with Acorn Academy to deliver Level 2 Peer Mentoring, Combination Learning Programme and Level 3 Counselling. We also work with the Ethnic Diversity Service to deliver Level 3 Community Interpreting and Bilingual Assistants programmes with clear progression into paid work."

Category:
  • Education and Training
  • English Language
Type:
  • Phone
Address
Website
https://www.stockportlearningworks.co.uk/
Contact Email
AdminSOLC@stockport.gov.uk
Contact Phone
0161 474 5801
0161 474 5802
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 19/05/24)
Stockport Race Equality Partnership

Stockport Race Equality Partnership

Last updated 19/05/24

"We support and advocate for Ethnic Communities within Stockport including Refugees. Support with 1-1 advocacy, housing, Health, Employment Benefits. Culturally apprpropraite foodbank Activity based work, e.g. Sewing Club, Children activities, Volunteer Training, Drama, Women’s Group, Choir Black Mens group Conversational English session. Immigration Surgery

Category:
  • English Language
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Homelessness and Destitution
  • Social Activities and Community Groups
Tags:
  • Cultural food hub
Address
Website
https://www.srep.co.uk/
Contact Email
Email@srep.co.uk
Contact Phone
07726 641 236
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 19/05/24)
St Thomas and St Lukes Church

St Thomas and St Lukes Church - Ashton Churches Asylum Project

Last updated 19/05/24

"St Thomas’ and St Luke’s work alongside several other local churches to support asylum seekers and refugees who are based in our town. This ministry is an important way in which we can show God’s love to people who have had to leave their homes and face very tough situations. Our ministry to support asylums seekers includes: Home visits. Team of visitors from our churches visit the asylum seekers at the addresses where they are living to befriend them and to offer support and assistance. Language classes. On Thursday afternoons at 2 pm we provide weekly English classes for those who want to come along and improve their English language skills. The classes take place in St Thomas’ church hall. Social. At 1 pm on Sundays, we provide a drop-in for those who want to come along for a drink and a chat or to play games. These socials take place in St Thomas’ church hall. Discipleship Group. This is for those who speak Farsi. It is aimed Christians and those who want to learn more about the Christian faith. The group meets on-line from 6-7pm on Wednesdays. Please contact Sue Thomas (07877704645) for the Zoom link Compass meets at Emma and Antony Billington’s home each Monday from 3pm until 5pm. Come for a drink and a chat or to use the wi-fi. We are happy to help with making phone calls, writing letters and emails, and sorting any problems online. If you would like to attend and don’t know the address then please contact Emma on 07922 091896."

Category:
  • English Language
  • Social Activities and Community Groups
Type:
  • Self Referral
Address
Website
https://www.stthomasstluke.org.uk/ourtown/asylumseekers/
Contact Email
acap@stthomasstluke.org.uk
Contact Phone
01942 724207
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 19/05/24)
SWAP Leigh

SWAP Leigh

Last updated 17/05/24

"SWAP provide practical hands on support through a range of services, including 1:1 advocacy and case work, and help to access support and services, educational and support groups working across Wigan Borough. Destitute Service users can also access Red Cross destitution support We also have close working relationships with a large number of specialist providers that we can signpost people to. Please note that SWAP does not give legal advice on immigration matters, and we are unable to help clients to fill in legal forms, but we can signpost people to agencies that provide this help. English (conversation); case work; specialist partners: RTOF, SERCO, NHS, Education; Asylum Guides"

Category:
  • English Language
  • Homelessness and Destitution
Type:
  • Phone and Email
Tags:
  • Womens' Groups
  • financial support
Address
Website
https://www.swapwigan.org/
Contact Email
info@swapwigan.org
Contact Phone
01942 516572
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 17/05/24)
SWAP Wigan

SWAP Wigan

Last updated 09/07/24

Category:
  • English Language
  • Homelessness and Destitution
  • Social Activities and Community Groups
Type:
  • Phone and Email
Tags:
  • Womens' Groups
  • financial support
Address
Contact Email
shelagh@swapwigan.org
Contact Phone
01942 516572
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 09/07/24)
Talk English

Talk English - Oldham

Last updated 19/05/24

"Oldham Lifelong Learning is working with community organisations, libraries, schools and children's centres to help people learn English, access services and get involved in the community. Learn English with us If you live in Oldham, and want to learn English, you can improve your speaking, listening, reading and writing skills in English on a Talk English Course. All of our courses are for beginners. You can also practise speaking English at our Talk English Activities. You will also meet other people."

Category:
  • English Language
Type:
  • Phone and Email
Address
Website
https://www.talk-english.co.uk/oldham/
Contact Email
Simon.Bennett@oldham.gov.uk
Contact Phone
0161 770 8033
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 19/05/24)
Talk English

Talk English - Rochdale

Last updated 19/05/24

"Rochdale Borough Council is working with community organisations, schools, children's centres and libraries to help people learn English, access services and get more involved in the community. Learn English with us If you live in Rochdale and want to learn English, you can improve your speaking, listening, reading and writing skills in English on a Talk English Course. All of our courses are for beginners. You can also practise speaking English at our Talk English Activities. You will also meet other people."

Category:
  • English Language
Type:
  • Email
Address
Website
https://www.talk-english.co.uk/rochdale/
Contact Email
ruhena.begum@rochdale.gov.uk
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 19/05/24)
Talk English

Talk English - Salford

Last updated 19/05/24

"Caritas are running the Talk English project in Salford, helping people to improve their English, access services and get involved in the community. Learn English with us If you need to learn English, you can come to one of our Talk English Courses. We offer courses in community centres and schools in Salford. On a Talk English Course, you will improve your speaking, listening, reading and writing skills in English. All of our courses are for beginners. You can also practise speaking English, meet other people and learn other things at one of our Talk English Activities"

Category:
  • English Language
Type:
  • Email
Address
Website
https://www.talk-english.co.uk/salford/
Contact Email
suzannah.redmond@salford.gov.uk
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 19/05/24)
Talk English

The Avenue Library and Learning Centre - Talk English

Last updated 19/05/24

A beginner Conversation Club which will help you to speak English, meet new people and get to know Manchester.

Category:
  • English Language
Type:
  • Drop In
Address
Website
https://www.talk-english.co.uk/manchester/
Contact Email
communitylearning@manchester.gov.uk
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 19/05/24)
The Broughton Trust

The Broughton Trust

Last updated 19/05/24

"The Broughton Trust provides services for refugees and asylum seekers across Salford. We provide a one to one assessment process to plan a bespoke learning and support programme for ESOL learners. The wide range of courses in their ESOL programme are non-accredited and delivered in a community setting to reduce anxiety and increase participation, creating pathways to employment and qualifications. Learning support workers work closely with each individual to identify skill gaps and other non-academic support needed. Information advice and guidance sessions are provided throughout the process and by working with outside organisations through a signposting/referral system. Employment Support: In partnership with a range of employers and training providers we provide a pathway into meaningful employment for the unqualified, unskilled and inexperienced, particularly in fields such as construction, hospitality and personal services. We offer a range of services from job clubs, pre-employment training and work sampling all underpinned by 1:1 support. We contact some of the most difficult to track and place young adults (the ‘invisible’) who are on no-one’s register, who claim no benefits and who live outside the system. Our successes have been recognised by contracts with a number of partners and in 2018 we placed over 60 adults into sustained (over 6 months) permanent full-time jobs."

Category:
  • Education and Training
  • Employability
  • English Language
Type:
  • Self Referral
Address
Website
https://www.thebroughtontrust.org/index.php/learning
Contact Email
lib@thebroughtontrust.org.uk
Contact Phone
0161 831 9807
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 19/05/24)
The Destitution Project

The Destitution Project - Bolton

Last updated 19/05/24

"We provide a service for asylum seekers, destitute asylum seekers and refugees/adults. Wednesdays and Fridays are face to face casework sessions via an appointment only. I can be contacted on this email or on my DP mobile - 07421352829. Our drop in session runs every Wednesday's from 10am till 3pm. Free vegetarian hot meals for lunch, tea, coffee and biscuits are served throughout the day. We have activities, art session, English classes. We have a clothes room and a food bank for our destitute asylum seekers however we are currently providing a food parcels for asylum seekers too at the moment."

Category:
  • English Language
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Homelessness and Destitution
Type:
  • Drop In
  • Phone
Tags:
  • Personal Items
  • Food Bank
Address
Website
https://www.boltondp.org/
Contact Email
shaheda.destitutionproject73@gmail.com
Contact Phone
07421 352 829
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 19/05/24)
The Hub Altrincham

The Hub Altrincham

Last updated 19/05/24

Based at The Hub Community Centre, near Sainsbury’s in Altrincham, The Hub English class provides a welcoming environment for people wanting to improve and gain confidence in their English skills, while learning more about UK culture. Classes are free, offered as part of The Hub Community Centre’s service to the community. Teachers are ESOL trained, delivering unaccredited courses at Elementary and Intermediate levels.

Category:
  • English Language
Address
Website
https://www.ourhub.org/
Contact Email
englishclass@ourhub.org
Contact Phone
0161 941 2018
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 19/05/24)
The Oasis Centre

The Oasis Centre - Classes and Activites

Last updated 19/05/24

Have a dedicated community support team who can help you fill in forms, write appeals and apply for benefits. Also have emergency food and clothing packs available. Run English, Maths, Science, ESOL, Cookery and History lessons, and offer volunteering opportunites in their kitchen.

Category:
  • Education and Training
  • English Language
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Social Activities and Community Groups
Type:
  • Drop In
Address
Website
https://oasisgorton.org/
Contact Email
hello@oasisgorton.org
Contact Phone
0161 529 5508
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 19/05/24)
Talk English

The Place - Talk English

Last updated 19/05/24

A beginner Conversation Club which will help you to speak English, meet new people and get to know Manchester.

Category:
  • English Language
Type:
  • Drop In
Address
Website
https://www.talk-english.co.uk/manchester/
Contact Email
bookings@theplacefallowfield.co.uk
Contact Phone
0161 227 3744
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 19/05/24)
Victoria Park Fellowship

Victoria Park Fellowship

Last updated 19/05/24

"We are an independent, free, evangelical church based in Victoria Park, Manchester. We are a warm, friendly, family church that welcomes everyone. Wednesdays – Bible and English 11-12noon – at the Chapel and on Zoom Thursdays – Help with English Class 10-12noon at the Chapel"

Category:
  • English Language
Type:
  • Drop In
  • Phone
Address
Website
http://www.victoriaparkfellowship.com/
Contact Email
admin@victoriaparkfellowship.com
Contact Phone
0161 248 0840
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 19/05/24)
Wai Yin

Wai Yin

Last updated 19/05/24

"Wai Yin Society has been supporting, empowering and working in partnership with Chinese individuals and families for more than 30 years. Founded in 1988 by a group of community-minded Chinese women, Wai Yin has become one of the largest Chinese Community centres in the UK, sustaining its operations through commissions and contracts with mainstream organisations. As the Society has grown, we have developed a range of employment, education and community services for Chinese men and women and for other ethnic minority groups, including Somali, Pakistani, Bangladeshi, Indian and many European nationalities. Services include: Education, Training and Employment Support Women and Parenting Project Youth Services Older People Services Mental Health Support Crisis Support Services Food Bank Services Macmillan Cancer Support General Advice Volunteering Services Hate Crime Reporting Police Drop-in"

Category:
  • Advice and Support
Category:
  • Education and Training
  • English Language
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Homelessness and Destitution
Type:
  • Self Referral
Tags:
  • Food Bank
  • mental health
  • Hate Crime reporting/support
Address
Website
https://www.waiyin.org.uk/
Contact Email
info@waiyin.org.uk
Contact Phone
0161 833 0377
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 19/05/24)
Warm Hut

Warm Hut

Last updated 19/05/24

"The charity was established in 2009 to support French speaking asylum seekers and refugees living in the Greater Manchester especially in Salford. The charity now has a wider remit of helping the local community in Salford and surrounding areas such as Cheetwood, Cheetham Hill. We support people who are in the transition points of their lives: Asylum seekers, refugees, migrants and second generation of British citizens. Most of our activities aim to alleviate isolation and depression, including emotional wellbeing, social, physical and recreational activities. It currently operates a variety of projects including, drop in sessions to provide general information, advice and advocacy services, volunteering programme, mentoring, Homework club and after schools’ club. We also provide social and recreational activities for older members of the community. The problems we deal with include: unemployment, homelessness or vulnerable housed, mental health, discrimination, social and economic deprivation, loneliness and isolation. Our helpline (07427672139) offers practical support over the phone or online to asylum seekers, refugees and migrants. It’s a confidential service for those aged 12 and over and opens from 6 am to 10pm 7 day a week. Call if you want someone to talk to. We love to listen and we will help you through this difficult time. our volunteers speak French, Lingala and Portuguese."

Category:
  • English Language
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Social Activities and Community Groups
Tags:
  • Womens' Groups
Address
Website
http://warmhut.org/
Contact Email
info@warmhut.org
Contact Phone
0161 743 2016
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 19/05/24)
West African Development (WAD)

West African Development (WAD)

Last updated 19/05/24

"West African Development (WAD) provides Pre-Entry ESOL classes, introducing basic entry level to learning English, building confidence skills and developing understanding in reading, writing and speaking needed for life in the UK. They also offer budgeting and Life in the UK courses. In addition, WAD also provides volunteering opportunities, housing support, help with form filling, referrals to further advice and guidance, digital skills support, and opportunities to take part in their African heritage workshops and programmes. From the requests from our community member to be involve in other activities and the positive idea of some members who experienced stress and finding difficulties leaving kids and young people with no activities during a school holiday. The majority of our community memberships are facing the same problem due to financial hardship parent cannot afford taking children away during the holiday time and also working parent during the school holiday find it difficult to leave children alone with no activities. West African Development (WAD)organize a special holiday activities program and provide children and youth with activities like: Arts and Craft, Hair weaving, Drumming and Dancing, Sport and Football and Trips. West African Development (WAD) together with the Worker’s Education Association offers an accredited Community Interpreter’s course which recognize and accredit bi-lingual skills, increasing basic skill levels in the Community and giving people confidence to progress to further study and employment. WAD also providing a translation service to support people who have English as a second language. This service will enable more people to successfully complete training courses and increasing their chances in life."

Category:
  • Education and Training
  • English Language
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Social Activities and Community Groups
Type:
  • Self Referral
Tags:
  • Life in the UK
Address
Website
https://www.westafricandevelopment.org.uk/
Contact Email
admin@wad.org.uk
Contact Phone
0161 327 3095
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 19/05/24)
Wirral Change

Wirral Change

Last updated 19/05/24

"a range of services to support disadvantaged and Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) communities in Wirral. We offer information, advice and guidance on matters such as: Debt Housing Welfare Benefits Safeguarding Matters Legal Advice & Guidance OISC Level 1 Immigration Support: BRP & IRL Replacement Support with Passport Support with Citizenship Support with Family Route Spouse Visa Extension Travel Document support We have a range of classes for all abilities. Our helpful team will help your learn at your pace and grow in your confidence. English classes: If you would like to attend ESOL classes, please contact our team on 0151 649 8177 Also provide support with interpreting, well-being and employment"

Category:
  • Employability
  • English Language
  • Immigration Legal Advice - OISC
Tags:
  • OISC Level 1
Address
Website
https://wirralchange.org.uk
Contact Email
info@wirralchange.org.uk
Contact Phone
0151 649 8177
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 19/05/24)
Talk English

Withington Library - Talk English

Last updated 19/05/24

"A beginner Conversation Club which will help you to speak English, meet new people and get to know Manchester. Provided by Greenheys Adult Learning"

Category:
  • English Language
Type:
  • Drop In
Address
Website
https://www.talk-english.co.uk/manchester/
Contact Email
talk.englishmcr@man-adulted.org.uk
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 19/05/24)
Talk English

Woodville Children's Centre - Talk English

Last updated 19/05/24

A beginner Conversation Club which will help you to speak English, meet new people and get to know Manchester.

Category:
  • English Language
Type:
  • Drop In
Address
Website
https://www.talk-english.co.uk/manchester/
Contact Email
talk.englishmcr@man-adulted.org.uk
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 19/05/24)
Workers Educational Association

Workers Educational Association - M4 7HR

Last updated 19/05/24

"We are a charity dedicated to bringing high-quality, professional education into the heart of communities. We deliver friendly, accessible and enjoyable courses for adults from all walks of life. You can access our courses online or in your local hub. Our provision spans the 10 boroughs of Greater Manchester taking place in 91 community centres and spaces.

Category:
  • Education and Training
  • English Language
Type:
  • Online
  • Phone
Address
Website
https://www.wea.org.uk/
Contact Email
nwdevelopments@wea.org.uk
Contact Phone
0300 303 3464
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 19/05/24)
Workers Educational Association

Workers Educational Association - Moses Community Centre

Last updated 19/05/24

"We are a charity dedicated to bringing high-quality, professional education into the heart of communities. We deliver friendly, accessible and enjoyable courses for adults from all walks of life. You can access our courses online or in your local hub. Our provision spans the 10 boroughs of Greater Manchester taking place in 91 community centres and spaces.

Category:
  • Education and Training
  • English Language
Type:
  • Online
  • Phone
Address
Website
https://www.wea.org.uk/
Contact Email
nwdevelopments@wea.org.uk
Contact Phone
0300 303 3464
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 19/05/24)
Talk English

Wythenshawe Forum Learning - Talk English

Last updated 19/05/24

A beginner Conversation Club which will help you to speak English, meet new people and get to know Manchester.

Category:
  • English Language
Type:
  • Drop In
Address
Website
https://www.talk-english.co.uk/manchester/
Contact Email
talk.englishmcr@man-adulted.org.uk
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 19/05/24)
Yaran

Yaran

Last updated 18/05/24

"Yaran supports memebers of the Iddle Estern and, in particular, the Iranian community in Manchester with a wide range of psychological needs and social disadvantage who wish to integrate and strengthen their confidence and self esteem. They offer a range of well-being support such as one on one counselling, advocacy, peer support groups and activites for Iranians and other Farsi speakers. Our Psychological service provides one-to-one and group counselling/psychotherapy for middle eastern, in particular Farsi speaking residents, across Greater Manchester including new immigrants, families and couples who need urgent help and support in health and well-being. The Advocacy service assist people from Middle Eastern background and covers improving their confidence, developing their basic skills in learning English, understanding the world of work, and guidance in seeking jobs and self employment. Services also include solving debt, education and more. Our workshops, community-based programmes and professionally led self-help groups are for those in the community experiencing mild to moderate mental health issues alongside a spectrum of life issues too. Run a rolling programme of classes and activites including lIfe in the UK and ESOL"

Category:
  • English Language
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Social Activities and Community Groups
Type:
  • Self Referral
Tags:
  • mental health
Address
Website
https://www.yarannorthwest.com/
Contact Email
info@yarannorthwest.com
Contact Phone
07413 396 573
Service Capacity
Service is operating at normal capacity.
(last updated - 18/05/24)