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The Source Skills Academy works alongside Sheffield City Trust to ensure that people in the community have the opportunities they need to get into work, apprenticeships and traineeships, regardless of their background and experiences.
SUST is a Sheffield based network of trainers and consultants with lived experience of mental health issues. We were formed in 2007 and all of the people involved in the group have lived experience of the issues we work on. Membership is open to anyone with mental health support needs and we make decisions through group meetings and online networking.
The Department for Lifelong Learning offers undergraduate courses for mature students without standard university entry qualifications. We have a wide range of degrees with a foundation year, which can be studied both full and part-time. We don't ask for standard entry qualifications and instead consider…
Voluntary Action Sheffield (VAS) has been supporting local groups and organisations for 90 years to ensure that Sheffield has a vibrant voluntary and community sector. VAS works citywide to support organisations of all sizes with a range of issues and needs, as well as representing…
Victim Support is an independent charity offering free, confidential support to people directly and in-directly affected by crime. Our volunteers are highly trained to provide support and information to people from all communities, whatever crime they have suffered, whenever it happened and regardless of whether the…
SOARs Volunteering Team runs a series of placements and activities aimed at empowering local residents, to learn new skills, make friends and to enable their progression into employment.
0114 213 4075
The purpose of the project is to engage with people across the city who are currently looking for employment and to increase their physical activity levels through walking, which we know has proven significant health benefits. What is Walking for Purpose? A free walking and…
Walking 4 Purpose
0114 273 4266
White Rose Dyslexia Centre has gained a reputation for its well-informed specialists and excellent customer service. This is reflected in the number of recommendations from individuals, parents, private and public sector organisations. We have long-standing relationships with the NHS, Local Authorities, Police Forces and a number of schools and colleges around the region.
Working Families provides advice to parents and carers who work or wish to work. We have a legal helpline for free advice on maternity, paternity and flexible working rights, problems at work, discrimination and in-work benefits. The helpline is run by a team of solicitors and advisers and has an Advice Quality Standard Quality Mark. Call 0300 012 0312 or use our online help form.
Yes2Ventures is a registered charity no.1159246 that helps people with learning disabilities, mental health issues, physical disabilities and/or sensory impairments and people on the autistic spectrum as well as people with long-term health conditions, and other disadvantages in the labour market to achieve fulfilled lives through work, training and leisure activities.