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Monday 21 January 2019
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Awards and initiatives - Supporting the Salford Community

Salford Royal is passionate about supporting the local community and we have a long history of working with partner organisations to support local residents to gain employment and training opportunities with the Trust.


We are involved in an ever-changing number of schemes and you can find details of some of these below.


If you require any further information on any of these partnerships, please contact Human Resources Service Manager Lesley Moss MBE on 0161 206 4555.


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Trust GATEway Event

The GATEway events (previously called the Trust Jobs Shop) was established in 2003 in conjunction with JobCentre Plus and provides a forum for the Trust and other organisations, including Salford City Council and Salford City College, to offer guidance, advice, training and employment information during times of reduced employment opportunities.



Pure Innovations

Work Experience/Placements

Supported Traineeship 

We work with Pure Innovations to provide work experience placements for an academic year within an employment based course which gives students with learning disabilities/difficulties the opportunity to develop employability skills in a real work place surrounded by other working people.


Students work at the Trust four days a week and also attend onsite classroom sessions. Throughout the year each trainee completes three job rotations for 10 weeks, working alongside colleagues and managers and supported by a job coach. All time spent on the course prepares the trainees for future work and possible paid jobs within Salford Royal.


The Prince’s Trust

The Prince's Trust and the Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service

Salford Royal and The Prince’s Trust work together to tackle the problem of youth  unemployment by giving practical and financial support to young people, including enabling them to take part in work, education or training.  The course is run by the Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service for 12 weeks and includes community project work to support vulnerable and disadvantaged groups and other projects with the Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service and the Police. We provide two weeks’ work experience in various areas/departments and trainees are matched to areas appropriate to their personal needs and career aspirations.


Work experience with schools

St. Patricks High School (Accredited teacher training school)

St. Patricks is Salford Royal’s strategic partner and engages with us wherever possible to host events and activities for pupils and their families within Salford. This includes joint projects to improve health/education links within careers events and after school club with workshops, healthy living events and work experience.


Other Partnerships

Adullam Housing Trust

We joined forces with Adullam and Liberty House to support young homeless people into work experience placements, volunteering or by staff donations to help people make the transition from homeless into accommodation and into employment.



Reclaim is a multiple award-winning leadership and mentoring project based in Greater Manchester. We have a long standing relationship with them by providing work experience, mock interviews and employability training for young people.  The project empowers young people across the North West to make positive changes in their communities and to find inner-strength and self-confidence.


Reclaim started in Salford in November 2012 and we look forward to the success this project will bring to the area and young people.


Reache Northwest


(Refugee and Asylum Seekers Centre for Healthcare Professionals Education)


Reache North West is a purpose built centre in Salford Royal and set up to assist Refugee Healthcare Professionals in the North West to register appropriate qualifications so they can get professional employment in the UK National Health Service (NHS). Reache North West works to establish working relationships with organisations in the NHS and Refugee support groups.


For further information please contact REACHE direct on