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Wired - Working with and for Disadvantaged People and Carers across the North West & North Wales
We support people to live their lives as independently and with as much choice and control as possible.
To find out more about the services that we currently provide, please go to the menu to the left of this page.
Wired has been providing services since 1975. Wired is the holding / parent company of Inclusive Access UK Ltd (IA). The company provides a range of training courses, both accredited and non-accredited to suit people’s needs.
Inclusive Access is the fourth largest provider of the City & Guild accredited National Advocacy Qualification. The company is also an accredited provider for Institute of Leadership & Management and National Open College Network courses. For further details on all of the courses please follow the link to Inclusive Access website: www.inclusiveaccess.co.uk
Wired incorporating Inclusive Access is an Investors In People organisation.
As part of ensuring continuous improvement Wired welcomes any comments and ideas for improvements to the services we are providing.
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Wirral is conducting a review of its school transport policy. A consultation will run from 15 April 2013 until 24 May 2013. The proposed changes will affect many children whose special educational needs or disabilities require special transport to help them to access school or college, as well as those who attend faith schools in Wirral.To have your say on the proposals please go to the Wirral Council/what really matters consultation page by following this link http://www.wirral.gov.uk/my-services/council-and-democracy/what-really-matters/school-and-college-transport
Oldham Carers Centre moves to new home
Services for Carers are now based in the Link Centre on Union Street. The centre also has a range of other services and a cafe downstairs. The Link Centre is at 140 Union Street, Oldham, OL1 1DZ.
The Carers team continue to provide a range of services for Carers including drop-in sessions. For more information on these please contact the team by phone on 0161 770 1188 (press option 1 for the Carers Centre) or by email at OldhamCarers@wired.me.uk
Wired is pleased to announce that we have achieved another Quality Mark. The QPM standard has been awarded in recognition of the high standards of service delivery for Advocacy and IMCA.
As part of our commitment to continuous improvement and service user involvement we have produced a new leaflet - Have Your Say.
100% of our advocates are now enrolled on or have completed the Independent Advocacy Qualification (City & Guilds) run by Inclusive Access. The qualification accredits and recognises the skills and experience of existing advocates and professionals who use advocacy as part of another role.
Inclusive Access is currently taking bookings on the City & Guilds Level 3 Certificate and Diploma in Independent Advocacy.
To enrol or for further information please contact the Advocacy Training Team at Inclusive Access by calling 0151 653 7111 or click on the link above to email.