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In August 2018 Wolverhampton Learning Platform CIC has launched a new and exciting FISCAL project (August 2019- January 2020), funded by the Black Country ESF Community Grant. The aim of the project is to support 30 economically inactive beneficiaries with “multiple barriers” across the city of Wolverhampton to address the obstacles to secure employment. In

We are pleased to announce that Wolverhampton Learning Platform CIC has successfully completed the “Back On Track” project funded by the Black Country ESF Community Grant The aim of the project was to support 50 economically inactive beneficiaries with “multiple barriers” across the city of Wolverhampton to address the obstacles to secure employment. In particular

Another full house at Low Hill Community Centre for our latest Back on Track session.   This particular workshop focused on Customer Service, and is one of the many interactive and supportive ways people are getting themselves Back on Track!   To find out how you can get involved just call Access to Business on