We have recently been awarded some more funding from ESF and as of September 28th, we will be offering funded courses, both accredited and non-accredited, and help with employability. This is open to all residents of Greater Manchester that are currently unemployed, over 18 and able to live and work in the UK.
- CV workshops
- Cover Letter workshops
- Laptops free to use for online job searching
- Individual advice and guidance
The non-accredited courses running are
- Well-being and Motivation
- Money matters (managing your money)
The accredited courses learners can choose from will include
- Health and Safety Level 2
- Safeguarding Level 3
- First Aid for Mental Health Level 2
- Food Safety Level 2
- Customer Service Level 2
- Good Nutrition Level 2
If you want to know more about the project or if you are eligible to take part and want to apply, then please go to the contact us page and drop us a message.
Ethical Education Enterprise CIC is proud to present a brand new radio show on Greater Manchester Rock Radio. The show is presented by James Ward-Mallinson, with interviews from Alicia Tichborne, our head of learning and development.
This radio show will talk about the different projects going on in the Greater Manchester area, and will showcase some of the organisations working within the community that are completing some fantastic work.
“We’re really excited for this opportunity, both for us and the community. It’s something that we would never have dreamed of doing and are thrilled to be asked. Our aim with Community Power Hour is to give a variety of Greater Manchester residents and groups the platform to promote projects and to speak about work they are proud of. Our hope is that all groups work together to make communities in Greater Manchester stronger.” Jill Tichborne, CEO
If you want to tune in, you can listen to the show every Sunday 3-4pm on the Greater Manchester Rock Radio website https://www.greatermanchesterrockradio.co.uk/
If you would like to have your project or organisation featured on the show, please contact us at email@example.com
During the past few months, we, like many of you, have been in a very fluid environment with the nature of our business and life changing daily. First and foremost, we are a Community Interest Company, a not for profit organisation. As such, we believe we must continue to serve our community in any way we can during the Coronavirus outbreak.
At this time, we have adapted how we deliver many of our courses to ensure staff and students' safety. We have moved the majority of our courses to distance learning, with the same high quality resources and teaching as always. Working together with our awarding bodies, we have been able to secure this route of delivery as a safe method whilst ensuring the excellent quality of accredited qualifications.
Please contact us for more information and check back for any changes to the way we teach.