Our Goal

Our aim is to advance education and relieve financial hardship amongst those seeking asylum, those granted refugee status and immigrants and their dependants in need thereof in the London Borough of Hounslow and surrounding areas by the provision of legal and other advice and information to advance them in life and assist them to adapt within a new community.

Amber Training is dedicated and committed to building strong morals and confidence in the educational achievement of its students through state of the art teaching and learning.

Our Vision

ATASS aims to deliver Value For Money projects through it support and advice services to vulnerable and disadvantage Hounslow Residents and their dependents facing financial hardship and in need thereof for employable skills to be able to come together by providing them with the needed life skills training, other advice and information to advance them in life through our dedicated social clubs.

To develop the capacity and skills of the members of the socially and economically disadvantaged community of the London Borough of Hounslow in such a way that they are better able to identify, and help meet, their needs and to participate more fully in society.

Satisfaction

As seen by our testimonials, AMBER has many satisfied learners!

The promotion of equality and diversity for the public benefit in the London Borough of Hounslow by:

  • (a) Advancing education and raising awareness in equality and diversity; and
  • (b) Promoting activities to foster understanding between people from diverse backgrounds.
  • (c) Benefitting individuals by providing legal and other advice
There are 6 key strands to our service delivery and projects.

  1.  We run a training programme for the Volunteers, offering employable courses such as apprenticeship programs, customer services course, ESOL for Work, BTEC Security courses, Health & Social courses, governance and charity and employment law, Race Relations law amongst others. We aim to deliver lifelong needed skills and services to Hounslow resident’s yearly complimenting programmed courses funded within and by the London Borough of Hounslow (LBH).
  2.  We will build capacity with ATASS by offering one to one support to volunteer service users accessing the organisations services, represent the ATASS at a range of alliance, including the Local Strategic Partnership like Job Centre plus and other partners.
  3.  We will provide specialised Advice and Advocacy support to newly accepted arrivals, Black Asian and Minority Ethnic (BME), and also provide advices in the area of employment law, Anti-Racial and Hate Crimes, Human Rights Immigration, Housing, Domestic Violence, Welfare and Benefits.
  4.  We aim to provide holistic approach to support vulnerable “newly accepted” immigrants   (those granted refugee and asylum status)andNon English speaking EU nationalsinto Hounslow to be able to integrate into their local communities
  5.  We monitor and evaluate our projects and other, related projects to achieve the 3E’s that is, to be efficient, economic and effective.
  6.  We support the most vulnerable and excluded young people who are at risk of crime, offending, anti-social behaviour and pose a real challenge to their families, parents and the communities at large to bring them into the mainstream.

Our TeamAbout us (globe)

Bobbie Wason : 19 years experience

Senior Human Rights officer, DV advice, Advocacy & Support officer, Welfare & Benefit Advice Case worker, Immigration advice & referral officer.

Nelson Siaw: 7 years experience

Finance Manager, Lecturer ACCA

Elijah Badiako: 7 years experience

Part Qualified ACCA, Lecturer/Assessor

Miklos Farkas: 20 years experience

English, Science and Maths tutoring

Emmanuel Adi: 11 years experience

Msc Clinical Psychology, Housing Manager, Senior Welfare & Benefit Advice Case worker

Emmanuel Ansah: 6 years experience

Management / Project AdvisorACCA

Philip Oduroh: 8 years experience

Investment Advisor

Richard Andorful: 10 years experience

Financial Accountant FFA,FFTA,PQ ACCA, Health Trainer, Senior Employment, Race, Welfare & Benefit Advice Case worker, Advocacy & Support officer.

In House Solicitors: 7 years Practising Solicitor, 11 Years Case Worker

Solicitor (In House) Practising Solicitor, Employment, Race & Hate Crime, Welfare & Benefit Advice Case Worker, Advocacy & Support officer

Sipiwe Mutambudzi: 11 years experience

Worked in Health & Social Care Industry for 10 years, five of which have been in care for elderly people in a residential care setting.  Started as a Health Care Assistant and rose to the position of a Deputy Manager, leading a team of Health Care Assistants, 10 years

Precious Fireyi: 11 years experience

Worked in Health & Social Care Industry for 10 years, six of which have been in care for people with Learning Disability in a residential care setting.  Started as a Health Care Assistant and rose to the position of a Manager, 8 years

Natalie Charles: 10 years experience

Recruitment & Customer Service Specialist/Assistant working in multiple industries

 Paul Hoskins: 20 years experience

Administration, Customer Service & ICT Specialist

Christian Tanoh: 5 years experience

Finance Assistant

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