PARTNERS

A full list of Partner Organisation that are promoting their events and services on WHAK can be found by clicking the VIEW LISTINGS button below.

WE CURRENTLY HAVE 154 PARTNER ORGANISATIONS PROMOTING THEIR SERVICES ON WHAK

Once into the listings you will find the contact details for each organisation along with a link to their own website. To send a message to the organisation, simply click on their name, logo or the VIEW button underneath their listing.

You can also search for an organisation using a keyword OR click on a category to show all organisations offering this type of event or service.

Education & Training

Green Angels Project
Green Angels Project
The Land Trust is a national charity that manages Liverpool Festival Gardens and other public spaces including play areas, nature reserves and other green areas for the benefit of the local communities.

Contact name: Alice Thatcher
07795256275
Greenbank College
Greenbank College
Contact name: Elizabeth Brocklehurst
01517337255
Health Development Consultancy
Health Development Consultancy is a vibrant Public Health organisation specialising in delivering affordable, evidence based health improvement programmes. We have a long and successful track record of instigating behaviour change in organisations, their staff and the clients they work with.

Contact name: Val Andrews
07968 711779
Mission in the Economy
Being alongside those in the work place, our Chaplains are able to report on conditions on the ground. Their valuable insight forms the basis of the expert comment on the economy in the Merseyside Region which MitE provides to the churches, enabling appropriate response and support exactly where it is needed.
Mission in the Economy aims:

To be a faith presence in the economic life of the North West
To encourage reflection and analysis on economic issues
To work for justice in the economy & workplace
To facilitate communication between the churches and the workplace.

Contact name: Revd Jean Flood
07932 305963
Online Centres Network
Since 2005, the Online Centres Network has been managed by Good Things Foundation - a small not-for-profit social enterprise based in Sheffield. The network is made up of 5,000 local centres, helping people make the most of technology and widening digital inclusion among the most socially excluded in the UK.

Contact name: Chris Andersson
0114 221 0414
PlacED – Place Education

An Award Winning Social Enterprise founded in 2011. Based in Liverpool, PLACED works across the northwest of England
Founded on a belief that through bringing local people and the decision makers together to share a conversation and explore ideas we can create better places
Particularly committed to working with young people to ensure they have the opportunity to influence, be inspired by and learn about the built world around them
Committed to skill development, increasing confidence, raising aspirations and creating a greater sense of ownership among participants
Passionate about supporting the diversification of those working in built environment so that those making decisions about places are more representative of those living in them
07968 237 280
Potential 4 Skills
Potential 4 Skills
Our courses are designed to provide you with the relevant advice, guidance, skills and qualifications to help you find work. We have developed a number of Pre employment courses which weave learning programmes around a variety of sectors and offers help to break down some of the barriers to employment.

Contact name: Rachael Affick / Val Jones
0151 329 2356
Rocket Training
Rocket Training
 

Offering training and apprenticeship for people aged 16 - 24 to increase employability.

We deliver training towards Apprenticeships and Advanced Apprenticeships (NVQ Level 2 & 3, Key Skills and Technical Certificate). All of our programmes involve a blend of on and off the job training and assessment.
0151 259 1556
Skills for Health Academy North West
The Skills for Health Academy North West works with NHS organisations, further education and sixth form colleges to deliver a range of Cadet programmes that will help young people gain skills, knowledge and experience in the NHS which will support them with future careers choice which may include employment or university studies.

Contact name: Riona Hornby
Speke Training & Education Centre (STEC)
We aim to contribute to sustainable regeneration on Merseyside by supporting unemployed people back into employment and by promoting lifelong learning amongst those people who move into employment. We try to accomplish these goals through the provision of community learning and skills training programmes.

Contact name: Mark Ord
0151 486 4933