Working with communities, improving lives.
Establishing Partnerships That Support Equal Access To Opportunities
Blackburn, Gould and Associates believes it has a duty to support community integration and cohesiveness. We take this responsibility seriously and support various ethnic minorities and religions with the aim of encouraging all people to have access to the relevant training necessary for the development of their career.
We also focus on encouraging and supporting SME (especially with ethnic minority ownership and focus) meet their strategic objectives by efficiently managing their Estates and Facilities resources and develop their staff.
Please let us know how you support equality and diversity in your community and how we can volunteer to support you.
FREE Facilities Audit
“Can we improve the efficiency of your facilities ...”
We offer a free facilities audit service to community organisations with less than 100 members. This service, offered to mosques, churches, temples and social community centres is aimed at reviewing the:
- Health and Safety documentation and processes including procedures of the organisations, ensuring that they comply with current legislative guidelines.
- Facilities related contracts including building maintenance, cleaning, security and waste management to ensure that relevant procurement practices are in place and “Best Value for Money” is achieved during procurement.
- Existing Estates and property related issues including rent and lease agreements to ensure that the obligations of the organisation are being met and any beneficial clauses in lease agreements are being utilised.
FREE Functional Skills Tutorial
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We utilise the most up to date online learning resources in providing free tutorials in Functional Skills Maths and English in Entry 1 and Entry 2. These courses are non-funded and are delivered by our associates online with people joining from across England.
The aim is to introduce attendees to both Functional Skills Maths and English, enabling them build the confidence to register with their local colleges to take the full course including the examinations.
Most of the attendees have been recommended by leaders in their local ethnic or religious communities and have come from the Albanian, Somalian, Gujarati, Congolese, Ghanaian, Greek and Lithuanian communities.
To register for the fourth cohort starting on the 01/12/2020, kindly fill the form and a member of the team will contact you shortly.