Why use Inclusive Access?

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.

As an accredited centre delivering Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) training, 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. 

 We are a City & Guilds accredited centre offering Qualifications in Independent Advocacy, a set of standards created to ensure a consistent and quality approach to advocacy throughout the UK. We also offer accredited courses in community development work and advocacy through the Open College Network.        

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 and disabled people to make their voices heard in society. Wired does this through advocacy services, parent partnership, carers’ support teams, as well as a comprehensive payroll service to people in receipt of direct payments. All profits generated by Inclusive Access are gifted to the charity Wired. In this way, we have been working both within and FOR the community since we began trading – putting the Big Society principles into action long before it was fashionable!

    Meet the Team

    Tracey is the Manager at Inclusive Access and has overall responsibility for running the organisation.
    Sarah Phillips - Training Manager
    Sarah is our Training Manager  focussing on developing new training programmes for our clients and ensuring the high quality of all of our training products.
    Anna looks after all the administration at Inclusive Access including preparation of materials for courses, bookings, and liaising with clients to ensure they get the most from their time with us.