Services

Volunteers are vehicle to success of the organisation and projects

There are many opportunities in the project for volunteers to get involved. This year we have taken on a number of volunteers who have helped us with the work that is delivered by the project. Some of these volunteers have been involved in training and helping out at special events. It is nice to say that some have progressed into employment, education or training and they have used the project as a stepping stone for development.

BME Job Club

Are you from a Black Minority Ethnic background? Do you need help with job search? Do you want support for your next interview? Do you want to improve your IT skills?
BME job club support, mediate and advice our community with partnership from other agencies. We provide range of support to the Kurdish and wider BME community with an opportunity to improve their chances of gaining employment.

One to One Support

One-to-one assistance to refugees, new immigrants from first date of arriving or receiving indefinite leave to remain and to all families in need. Services would include case management, translation services, interpretation, access to public benefit, information and agencies referral, transportation, skills building and further way to employment.

Out Reach

Reach provide and support a range of social and educational opportunities that will encourage people from BME communities to learn throughout their lives, make positive choices and achieve their potential as individuals, members of their communities, and members of society.

Diversity & Cultural Awareness

PKC provide community cohesion and cultural awareness of "who are the Kurds?" and general information to schools and organisations .

Women Group

The women’s club with wider activities such as crafts classes will provide a point of contact, for marginalised women, it will use crafts to gain new skills, increase confidence and build on communication skills, whilst making new friends.

Kurdish Supplementary School

The PKC began its supplementary school programme as a result of its recognition that children from its community where increasingly falling behind at their daily schools and support Kurds with their National Curriculum Studies mainly in the core subjects such as Kurdish, Mathematics and Science.

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