Who we are and what we do

Inclusive Access Training is a City and Guilds accredited training provider that provides a wide range of high quality advocacy training courses and advocacy qualifications. Inclusive Access has been established for over 10 years and is the Social Enterprise subsidiary WIRED. In addition to advocacy training and qualifications Inclusive Access also provides a range of other services to support and empower social and private businesses to develop and grow their services

Our services

Inclusive Access can provide the following training and qualifications:

  • Mental Health Act awareness training - for professionals and volunteers
  • Mental Capacity Act awareness training – for professionals and volunteers
  • Carer Awareness Training – Helping professionals and volunteers to identify and support staff or service users who may be a Carer
  • Personal Assistant training – Tailored packages of training for cohorts of personal assistants
  • Vocational E Learning Courses - For individuals, small business & charities; Health & Safety, First Aid, Data Protection, Equality & Diversity and much more
  • Advocacy training, IMCA, IMHA, DoLS, Care Act (1 and 2 day practitioner courses) - 2 day training courses aimed at practicing advocates/trainee advocate
  • Relevant Persons Representative training - Our RPR training course is for individuals taking up the role of relevant persons representative
  • Advocacy Qualifications Level 2 - For learners who are not practicing advocated but are interested in acquiring knowledge about the role of an Independent Advocate
  • Advocacy Qualifications (IAQ Generic and Specialist) Level 3 - For practicing advocates expanding their knowledge or progress into a specialist area of advocacy
  • Level 3 Award in Education and Training - For people who work, or want to work as teachers/trainers in the further education and skills sector
  • Level 3 award in assessing competence (TAQA) - The qualification is for people working in or looking to enter roles in assessment
  • Social Enterprise/Charity/Voluntary group business planning and strategy – Support for social enterprises, charities and community groups to explore and develop services, secure funding and measure impact

This list is not exhaustive, please contact Inclusive Access for an informal discussion regarding any training needs

How to contact us

To contact Inclusive Access please call 0151 653 7111 (staffed Monday to Friday 9am – 4:30pm). If you are unable to reach a member of the team please leave a message or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For more information please visit the Inclusive Access website http://www.inclusiveaccess.org.uk/

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