Salford is a metropolitan district council, one of ten in Greater Manchester and one of 36 in the metropolitan counties of England, and provides the majority of local government services in Salford. It is a constituent council of the Greater Manchester Combined Authority.
It is one of the largest provider of skills specialising in trainings that lead to paid employment. Their training programs have inspired many from our clients and made a positive impact on their lives.
Visible Outcomes has been commissioned by Revive to run Employability courses, workshops carefully designed to help refugees for the workplace experience by providing invaluable skills and knowledge as well as the confidence to enter the labour market or start small businesses.
Three students from the University of Salford from Media Psychology worked alongside Visible Outcomes and Salford City Council to create a video to get perspectives from both refugees and students of the University about their experience of living in Salford. The video is available on YouTube. Please see the link below.
The forum is an umbrella organisation and a network for these groups whilst providing a support mechanism and bringing them together. It plays an active role in campaigning and raising awareness on issues affecting the lives of refugees and asylum seekers who live in the Salford area.
The forum provides a voice for refugees and asylum seekers and works in partnership with appropriate agencies & organisations to further its aims...
Training Brokers provides a high-quality learning experience for our clients and employers. The training program delivers accredited courses that enhances career and high rate of breaking through into paid employment.
We are delivering Lectures to University of Salford Social Worker students.
Visible Outcomes deliver lectures at Salford University on the topics like “ Working with refugees and migrants” Equality & Diversity “ and “ Understanding the needs and how to support people different cultures” in Social Work. As part of the lectures delivery lived experiences coupled with community engagement opportunities through coordinat...
The aim is to build a collaborative community project led by Salford University students and local young people from diverse backgrounds. It is young person led community club that promotes participation and leadership through activities. This is seeking to draw upon the Northern European discipline of social pedagogy; a whole person approach that promotes relationships and learning in the ‘life space’, and UK traditions base...