Current Projects

To continue achieving its mission of enhancing life chances for disadvantaged communities, PATH Yorkshire delivers several projects and continues to be proactive in designing and planning for future innovative projects to tackle inequalities, improve skills and develop potentials.

Second Chance

Purpose: To tackle poverty and economic disadvantages through skills improvement, one-to-one mentoring and work coaching, financial education, better employability skills development, confidence building, career management and entrepreneurship.

Who can benefit: 25 years old and above, Leeds residents, working in low pay, temporary paid jobs or on zero-hour contract. Proofs of contracts and recent wage slips will be required prior to joining the project.

The project offers:

  • One-to-one guidance and support
  • Work Experience / Volunteering opportunities to develop your work skills
  • Help with job search
  • Help with completing applications
  • Help with interview preparations
  • Developing your confidence at work
  • Better money management
  • Advice in improved career management
  • Starting self-employment or enterprise

Details and Appointments: 0113 2624600 or email info@pathyorkshire.co.uk

I joined PATH Yorkshire’s ‘SECOND CHANCE’ Project. Through the project, I completed the 2 courses, access counselling and one-to-one support. At the beginning, an Action Plan was agreed between me and my PATH Adviser with specifics of what I am hoping to achieve through the Second Chance project, these serves as my goals. One-to-one sessions with my PATH Adviser helped me to think of my achievements and progress which is measured with my goals.

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Talent Match

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PATH Yorkshire is a contract Keyworker partner of the Leeds City Region Talent Match Project.

The aim of the Leeds City Region Talent Match Project is to engage with approximately 2,300 young people aged 18-24 who are long term unemployed and who require intensive support and coaching through a Key Worker approach in order to access a flexible and responsive pathway which will support them to get into, or closer to work.

PATH Yorkshire have places available for the Talent Match Project for Leeds residents ages 18 to 24 who are current unemployed, no longer in education and have not been in paid work for some time. We may have some places available if you are in the age group and have been working in odd irregular hours before. Please call us for more details and speak to our Talent Match Keyworker.

Details: 0113 2624600 or email info@pathyorkshire.co.uk

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PATH Traineeship and Graduate Schemes

Purpose: To provide sector-focused work experience and employability support through mainstream and graduate work-based traineeship and employability support for 6 or 12-months placement. Candidates are required to pass an application and interview procedure for this project. Successful candidates will receive a training allowance of up to £15,000 per year, pro rata.

Who can benefit:  18+ unemployed Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME)

Our current Graduate Traineeship Programme is in partnership with Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, supporting 8 Graduate Management Trainees based in different departments within the trust. Their supported programme is for one year.

We are about to complete the Graduate Traineeship Programme in partnership with Joseph Rowntree Foundation Trust in York, supporting 2 Graduate Management Trainees based in York for one year.

Check our VACANCY page for current opportunities.

I struggled for years in getting a job in the Health Sector. PATH have given me the route into an NHS Traineeship as a Phlebotomist. PATH helped me gain practical work experience, it developed my knowledge and skills, helped me to gain employment.

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Conversational English Class

 

Coming Soon.

 

Free English / ESOL Course

Free Beginners English classes are for Leeds residents (men and women) aged 19 and over, not in employment with little or low English language skills (Pre-Entry and Entry 1 ESOL) and have been living in UK for a minimum of 12 months.

Classes Schedules and Centres: 

Centre Address Time Days Frequency
PATH Yorkshire 29 Harrogate Road, Chapel Allerton

Leeds LS7 3PD

9:30 am – 12:00 pm Every Monday  1 x weekly
PATH Yorkshire 29 Harrogate Road, Chapel Allerton

Leeds LS7 3PD

9:30 am – 12:00 pm Every Tuesday 1 x weekly
Reginald Centre 263 Chapeltown Road

Leeds LS7 3EX

12:00 pm – 2:30 pm Every Tuesday 1 x weekly
Reginald Centre 263 Chapeltown Road

Leeds LS7 3EX

12:00 pm – 2:30 pm Every Wednesday 1 x weekly
Unity Business Centre 26 Roundhay Road

Leeds LS7 1AB

10:00 am – 12:30 pm Every Wednesday 1 x weekly
Hunslet Moor Primary School Fairford Avenue, Hunslet Moor

Leeds LS11 5EL

12:30 pm – 3:00 pm Every Wednesday 1 x weekly
Bangladesh Community Centre (Women only) Roundhay Road

Leeds LS8 5AN

9:30 am – 12:00 pm Every Thursday 1 x weekly

 

How to join:

All learners MUST enrol in person at PATH Yorkshire, 29 Harrogate Road, Chapel Allerton, Leeds LS7 3PD. Call Sultana on 0113 2624600 for details and enrolment.

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Check classes on our Events Calendar

For more details of our classes, training and events, check our EVENTS CALENDAR 

Stonewall ‘Train the Trainer’ Course for Primary and Secondary Schools

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 hundreds of thousands of young people each year. Research conducted by the University of Cambridge highlights the detrimental impact this has on attendance, attainment and mental health and wellbeing.

Course objectives:

• Learn practical strategies to train staff in your school on tackling homophobic, biphobic and transphobic (HBT) bullying and language (including phrases like ‘that’s so gay’) and celebrating difference in an age-appropriate way

• Gain an overview of the current state of HBT bullying and its impact on pupil achievement and school performance

• Help you meet legal and Ofsted requirement requirements under the new inspection framework and on promoting British values

• Create an action plan for your school

• Be inspired by best practice from other schools

Participating schools receive Stonewall School Champions membership for a year, with a range of benefits including:

• An extensive pack of Stonewall’s acclaimed Different Families resources for primary schools, including posters, curriculum guides, DVDs and learning activities for pupils and staff

• Ongoing support, guidance and benchmarking from a dedicated point of contact at Stonewall, as well as help implementing your action plan

• Free access to best-practice twilight seminars on issues from E-Safety to SEN

• Exclusive use of the School Champions logo and the opportunity to apply for Stonewall’s Bronze, Silver and Gold School Champions Awards … and much more!

Next Training Day:

Tuesday, 09 May 2016 (9:30 am – 4:00 pm) for PRIMARY & SECONDARY SCHOOLS

Park Plaza Hotel, Boar Lane, City Square, Leeds LS1 5NS (near Leeds Train Station, City Centre)

Buffet Lunch, Refreshments, Tea/Coffee will be provided for the day.

Cost: £240 (including VAT) per delegate

Includes 1 year School Champions Programme Membership and Resources

Click here for online booking.

For any enquiries, please email jessica.thompson@pathyorkshire.co.uk

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