Who we are

Inclusive Access is a social enterprise. Founded in February 1998, we specialise in training for individuals for personal and professional development. We work with organisations, large and small, and with individuals looking to enhance and improve their skills.

We are a City and Guilds accreditation centre accredited centre offering Qualifications in Independent Advocacy, a set of standards created to ensure a consistent and quality approach to advocacy throughout the UK.

As an accredited centre delivering Institute of Leadership and Management training (ILM) , we can help companies get the best from their staff ensuring effective management and increased efficiency which can have a direct impact on a business’ bottom line.         

About our Team

The Inclusive Access team is committed to providing a high quality service tailored to the needs of our clients. We work with organisations and individuals to ensure they get the outcomes they need from our training and business support solutions. We are an Investors in people organisation and this is reflected in the wealth of experiences, skills and qualifications of the team and our approach and commitment to their continued professional development. We also have a portfolio of experienced freelance trainers and assessors who support our work and our part of our team.

    Social Enterprise

    As a Social Enterprise, Inclusive Access operates to benefit the community. We are owned by the charity, Wired, which works to empower disadvantaged people and carers to make their voices heard in society. All profits generated by Inclusive Access are gifted to the charity Wired. In this way, we work both within and for the local community since we began trading and putting the Big Society principles into action. For more information on Wired and the services they deliver visit www.wired.me.uk


    Inclusive Access works within a growing and demanding market and strives to provide relevant information of its services and products for Leadership and Management, Managing Mental Health and Community Development Training in context of UK legislation and community trends.

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      Meet the Team

      Administration Team

      • Diane Jones
      • Anna Paul

      • Helen Callister
      • Barbara Lawton
      • Kate Knowles


      In House Trainers

      • Helen Callister
      • Susan Cassapi