Our STEP programme is supporting 500 people from ethnic minority backgrounds into work.
Our free English classes enable people from ethnic minority communities to learn the language, use public services and become more involved in wider society.
Q4O is for women from the BME communities who are claiming benefits and who need help with English language skills
NEW IT course at QED. Learn how to use the internet!
Our money management workshops help you to make your income stretch further and avoid falling into debt.
We specialise in delivering British Muslims in the Workplace courses to private, public and third sector organisations.
QED Foundation has nearly 30 years' experience of helping businesses to meet the needs of a diverse workforce and customer base.
Our Quest House offices are the perfect city-centre location for small meetings, events and courses.
Joining NAPO is free. Full membership is open to any constituted third sector bodies, including NGOs, charities and social enterprises, provided more than half of the people on their governing bodies (e.g. trustees, boards of directors or management committees) are British Pakistanis.
AgeEM works to improve the health and wellbeing of older people from ethnic minority communities.
Asian Virsa enables everyone to enjoy the rich cultural heritage of the Indian subcontinent and take part in a wide range of artistic activities.
QED provides B1 (GESE Grade 5) preparation courses for those who are applying for Indefinite Leave to Remain — ILR or British Citizenship