We deliver a unique range of courses
Promoting economic independence is crucial to empowering black and minoritised women to fulfil their potential and be self-reliant. The Angelou Centre is unique in the range of courses it delivers to meet women’s needs, with a focus on life skills and employability support as well as recovery and parenting skills for survivors of violence and abuse. It is strongly committed to ensuring that the majority of courses can be accessed by women, regardless of their immigration status or economic situation.
Through its recognition by One Awards (NOCN) and partnerships with Online Centres Network and WEA the Angelou Centre continued to deliver a wide range of accredited and non-accredited courses.
The Angelou Centre was a lead partner on the Women First, having secured European Social Fund resources with 4 other North-East organisations: Riverside Community Health Project, Millin Charity, Compact for Racial Equality in South Tyneside (CREST) and Fourth Action. The Women First partnership supported the further expansion of the Centre’s in-house accredited training and employability opportunities.
The Angelou Centre currently runs a number of term-time training and wellbeing courses to support the development and employability opportunities of black and minoritised women and young women.
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