The Ethical Education Enterprise CIC was established to provide high quality and meaningful training to people in the local communities of the Greater Manchester area. Here at Ethical Education, we pride ourselves on creating a learning environment that offers each student an individual pathway. Working with local organisations, we support staff to develop their skills through accredited qualifications and bespoke training which, in turn, enhances local sustainability.
We are currently working with young people aged 14yrs + to provide additional support alongside school, focusing on their individual attributes and interests. We also work with adults who are looking to progress in work or with barriers to work.
Experience has shown us that, in reality, most people simply want meaningful work in their lives and equally meaningful social relations that come as part of being included in the wider working world. We believe that an intrinsic, if not critical part of helping people to achieve their aims is to develop productive relationships with all like-minded organisations such as third sector partners, education providers, support organisations, social housing providers and employers. We therefore can develop positive transitional pathways to ensure our learners are trained to a level which enables them to confidently progress or enter into productive, meaningful and sustainable employment.
Taking a person-centred approach, we aspire to produce positive outcomes for all individuals we work with, but also for employers and society, as we believe each are mutually complimentary and achievable given the right approach.
Jill has worked with, and supported, adults and young people with barriers to learning. For the last four years Jill has been developing Ethical Education Enterprise, enjoying successful partnerships with local charities, Social Services, Youth Offending Teams and local businesses to ensure everyone she works with is able to access education. Jill is also a member of the EDI Parent's group for Pro-Manchester, who are committed to championing equality, diversity and inclusion.
Alicia has been working to help develop Ethical Education Enterprise throughout her education and is continuing her professional and personal development by working towards a Chartered Management Degree Apprenticeship (Level 6), and being the interviewer for Community Power Hour on Greater Manchester Rock Radio. Alicia is also a member of the Future Pro-Manchester committee, who are dedicated to promoting and developing young talent within Greater Manchester's business community.
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