MENTA eLearning Courses

The MENTA eLearning library contains a comprehensive range of online training and development programmes and courses to help you and your staff

Many of our courses are fully accredited by the Open College Network (OCN) and completing them will count towards CPD development time.

Purchase online or by calling 01284 760206 or email info@menta.org.uk

‘Try before you buy’ – Call us to arrange a free trial from a course of your choice

To find out about funding availability, bundled packages and multiple licences for your online training

Please call us or email info@menta.org.uk

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Refugees Entrepreneurs Support

This new project will allow refugees to move forward with the process of integration as part of the government’s commitment to increase integration support for all refugees in the UK, with a key focus on employment and self-employment. MENTA CEO Alex Till said “We are extremely excited to be launching this new refugee initiative, it is an extremely positive way for refugees to showcase their abundance of skills and talents and for the local community to assist in their integration”.

Events and news

A new pilot programme aimed to encourage refugee entrepreneurs across the UK has been launched by the Centre for Entrepreneurs (CFE) with funding from the Home Office and the National Lottery Community Fund. This is an exciting opportunity for refugees with good ideas, who are looking to start their own business, in order to showcase their talents to local people who would like to assist them on their journey.

Recent Project news and Events

As the project rolls out across 2020, we will be hosting events and training events in Ipswich, Peterborough and in Norwich. Contact us by emailing monica@menta.org.uk

The Latest MENTA Podcasts

Launching in Ipswich, Suffolk, This new project will allow refugees to move forward with the process of integration as part of the government’s commitment to increase integration support for all refugees in the UK, with a key focus on employment and self-employment. MENTA CEO Alex Till said “We are extremely excited to be launching this new refugee initiative, it is an extremely positive way for refugees to showcase their abundance of skills and talents and for the local community to assist in their integration”. Hear Louise Gooch, one of the projects partners, explain to Nick Pandolfi what is involved.

Listen to the project overview at the launch event in Ipswich Click Here

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