DIRECTORY RESOURCES

Adult and Community Learning

Adult education courses. Fees apply although courses that are related to employability and standard education levels such as ITC, Numeracy, Literacy and Employability courses are free to anyone in receipt of an out of work benefit.

T: 01782 234775   E: adult.learning@stoke.gov.uk

Visit us at One Smithfield, Leonard Coates Way, Hanley or search for a course online here.

Back to Work Support

The Stoke-on-Trent Libraries page contains several useful resources, including:

  • Support on Universal Credit
  • Find a Job
  • Work Clubs
  • CV Creation
  • One-to-One Employability Support.

More information can be found here.

Foodbank Support

If you’re looking for more information on Foodbank locations across Stoke-on-Trent then a comprehensive list can be found over on the Stoke-on-Trent Foodbank website. Here you will be able to find out exact locations, addresses, opening times and even directions via Google Maps. If you’re based in Newcastle-under-Lyme then you can view their Foodbank locations over on the Newcastle-Staffs Foodbank website.

Stoke-on-Trent Foodbank locations – https://stokeontrent.foodbank.org.uk/locations/
Newcastle-under-Lyme Foodbank locations –
https://newcastlestaffs.foodbank.org.uk/locations/

REFERRALS >

You can make a direct referral for anybody who has a background of offending or about to be released from custody and is at risk of homelessness.

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From education and employability opportunities to Foodbanks and benefits advice, find local places, groups and services that can help you get back on your feet.

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If you have a private property to rent in the Stoke-on-Trent area and would like guaranteed rent from a socially responsible tenant, get in touch.