We provide a person-centred approach to support individuals to reach their full potential.
We've been around for a while. 30 years to be exact! 30 years of training, work coaching, mentoring and enhancing career opportunities to economically and socially disadvantaged communities.
We think everyone deserves a chance, so we think people should have equal access to training and learning opportunities.
We want to widen the participation of under-represented and ‘hard to reach’ minority ethnic groups in their community.
We know that community engagement is about making mutually beneficial alliances and partnerships with all sectors and industries, This is essential to help us realise our mission.
To support BAME individuals and underrepresented groups reach their full potential in the world of work.
Our main aims and objectives are to enable BAME individuals and underrepresented groups to:
To enhance employment prospects
Overcome barriers to employment
Achieve their vocational goals
Raise their career aspirations
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We will be running our 2 day fast track ESOL classes around Leeds. Free lunch will be provided and learners will get a work book and certificate. The classes are free to attend but pre-booking through PATH Yorkshire (0113 262 4600 / firstname.lastname@example.org) is...
One of our participants Sally has recently outlined how we have helped them to achieve their goals. Here's what she had to say... What difficulties and barriers did you face before you engaged with PATH Yorkshire? The biggest difficulty that I had was being...
Thank you to those who attended the Human Library event in Leeds last week - it was a great success! The event was funded by Leeds Community Foundation and the aim was to help people on a one-to-one basis to ensure they could ask the questions they need to succeed....
PATH Yorkshire is a registered charity formed under the auspices of the local authority in August 1985. It has been endorsed by the Secretary of State for Employment under Sections 37 and 38 of the Race Relations Act 1976, as a positive action organisation that can provide training, education and relevant support to Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities within vocational areas where they are under-represented.