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Courses in Birmingham

Attitudes, Thinking and Behaviour

A Way Forward - Stop and Think Crime Prevention

Stop and Think is a crime prevention programme aimed at Children and young people aged between 9-21 years. The nature of this course is to bring an awareness of crime prevention and encourage those who are committing crime or at risk of committing crime to seek to change their behaviours.

The programme has two elements: Knife Crime and Gang awareness. Upon completion participants receive a certificate.


  • What is a knife?
  • What is knife crime?
  • Why do young people carry a knife?
  • The consequences of carrying a knife?

Gangs and Gang awareness:

  • What are gangs?
  • Why do young people join gangs?
  • Why do girls join gangs?
  • What is the difference between boy gangs and girl gangs?

Locations available

Delivered in Birmingham

Referral process

To enquire about a referral

Call: 07735278995



Referrals accepted from Schools, Colleges, Police, Community Organizations, Courts, Probation

Self referrals are also accepted



Education, Training and Employment

The Prince's Trust - TEAM Programme

Team is a full-time 12-week programme for young people aged between 16-25 who are not in education, employment or training. It offers work experience, qualifications, practical skills, community projects and a residential week. The programme aims to increase confidence, motivation and skills and as a result enables young people to move into employment, education, training, volunteering or an apprenticeship.

The course involves teambuilding games, a 4 day residential where you will enjoy a number of outdoor activities and bond as a team. There will be fundraising for a community project which will consist of the team helping out a person or organisation in the local community who are a not for profit organisation. The team then complete a two week project for them consisting of things such as garden makeovers, decorating, DIY, nursery/school mud kitchens or play areas. Team members will gain two weeks work experience in a place of their choice along with a week of careers advice, CV building and mock interviews. Team members will then complete two weeks of team challenges where they will help people in the community that are in different circumstance than them and have fun and support other community members. The course will finish with a presentation evening with friends, family and businesses seeing the achievements each person has made.

The successful team members will gain nationally recognised level 1 qualifications in Employment, Teamwork and Community Skills and there are opportunities to gain additional BTEC level one qualifications.

Locations Available: Birmingham East - Acocks Green Police Station

Referral Process:  

Call either Zoya  on 07767 043 882


Cost: Free

Next Programme start date: To be confirmed 

Education, Training and Employment

Birmingham Adult Education Services- ESOL Course

Course length is 12 weeks, 9 hrs per week (9:30 - 12:30), 3 days 1per week

Locations available:

Brasshouse Language School (Central Library), Sparkhill Adult Education Centre

Referral process:

Call: Paul Henderson 0121 303 1649  Email: