We understand that having access to the right training programmes and courses to develop new skills is essential to securing employment. That’s why we collaborate with partners who deliver education and training within coalfield communities, giving local people the chance to progress and to fulfil their potential.
Whatever the reason for wanting to learn, we work with each individual to offer direction that will provide them with a pathway and a progression programme to meet with their needs and aspirations.
Citizens Advice South Derbyshire and City, has received just under £10,000 in funding thanks to the Coalfields Community Investment Programme.Read more
Headway Arts, the Blyth based charity focusing on the inclusion of disabled people within the arts, has received over £8,000 in funding from the Coalfields Community Investment programme.Read more
Banana Enterprise Network, the Worsley based charity that equips local residents with the skills needed to find employment or to start their own business, has received £10,000 in funding thanks to the Coalfields Community Investment Programme.Read more
Dearne Electronic Community Village (DECV), the Dearne Valley based training and skills provider, has been awarded just under £10,000 in funding thanks to the Coalfields Community Investment Programme, supported by the Coalfields Regeneration Trust, the only organisation dedicated to supporting former mining towns and villages.Read more
Horden Youth Club and Community Centre has received over £9,000 in funding thanks to the Coalfields Community Investment Programme, delivered by the Coalfields Regeneration Trust, the only organisation dedicated to supporting former mining towns and villages.Read more
The Coalfields Regeneration Trust will once again deliver its successful sports-based programme, Game On to former mining towns and villages throughout the country.
The football focused programme, takes children who would typically find it difficult to access sporting clubs or organised social groups, and delivers training sessions to children and young adults living in some of the most socially deprived coalfield communities.Read more