PATH Yorkshire is a not-for-profit organisation delivering employability projects and working with businesses to inspire inclusion for over 30 years


September 2016 Free English(ESOL) Classes are back

PATH Yorkshire is now recruiting for Volunteer English (ESOL) Teachers to train and deliver Beginners English classes in different community venues across Leeds. Volunteers will benefit from structured training, access to teaching materials and supported practical...

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22 September 2016 – Leeds City Council Recruitment

PATH Yorkshire in partnership with Leeds City Council’s Department of Environment and Housing will be holding an Information and Recruitment Afternoon at The Bangladeshi Centre, Roundhay Road, Leeds LS8 5AN on Thursday, 22 September 2016 from 3 pm until 6 pm....

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12 October 2016 – Schools Training on Anti-HBT Bullying

PATH Yorkshire is the training delivery partner of Stonewall UK for Leeds, Wakefield, Dewsbury, Bradford, Calderdale, Hull and other areas within the Leeds City Region. Homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying is widespread in Britain’s primary schools, affecting...

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Our main objectives are:

To reduce inequalities in participation levels – by increasing the number of ethnic minority and disadvantaged adults and young people in education, training and employment through relevant programmes, projects and provision that overcome the barriers faced by ethnic minority and disadvantaged communities and support them to participate by increasing self-confidence, motivation and opportunities.

To address under-representation and discrimination in the labour market – through the provision of high quality equal opportunities and diversity training for organisations and employers; development of tailored trainee placements, pre-apprenticeship provision and customised employment and training provision in the private, public and voluntary sectors, measures to encourage enterprise and self-employment and through research into under-representation in specific occupational sectors within the Yorkshire region.

To build safer, stronger communities, promote inclusion and community cohesion – through working in partnership to deliver projects which increase the number of ethnic minority and disadvantaged people who are engaged in active citizenship, community cohesion, promoting well-being and healthy lifestyles.

To strengthen the confidence and capacity of ethnic minority and disadvantaged adults and young people – by delivering inspirational empowerment programmes for diverse groups of ethnic minority and disadvantaged adults and young people; providing a mentoring service and through the use of positive role models from local communities.

To build on existing and new partnership arrangements with a wide range of organisations, including employers, community and voluntary groups and statutory authorities to increase opportunities for our clients and the sustainability of PATH for the future.


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