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We hold the Advice Quality Standard AQS, which provides you with the assurance that we have met certain criteria that demonstrate a commitment to quality. The Westpoint-SCD is registered with the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) and regulated to provide immigration advice or services by the Immigration Services Commissioner at level 1. Regulated by the OISC. Ref No. N201800037


WestPoint-Sustainable Community Development recognizes the power of education in transforming lives and communities. Through our Community Education programs, also known as Community-based education or Community learning and development, we aim to promote learning and social development among individuals and groups within communities. Our focus is to enhance the capacity of individuals and communities to improve their quality of life. With a wealth of experience, our community educators employ a range of skills and approaches, particularly working with disadvantaged individuals, enabling them to participate in democratic processes and become functioning members of society.


At WestPoint, we believe that employment is a vital aspect of an individual's well-being and self-worth. Our employment and training projects cater to diverse groups such as young people, emigrant women seeking asylum or with refugee backgrounds, single parents, and older individuals facing health issues. Many of these individuals face barriers such as limited English language proficiency and lack of confidence. To address these challenges, we provide ESOL classes to improve English proficiency and offer workshops and job-specific training in areas such as customer service, CV writing, online job searching, and interview strategies. By meeting the specific needs of individuals and considering their long-term ambitions, we provide sustainable support, empowering them to secure sustainable employment or pursue further training opportunities.

Empowering Young Girls and Women

Recognizing the unique challenges faced by women, particularly those from minority groups, WestPoint-Sustainable Community Development places a strong emphasis on empowering women to participate fully in economic life. Our programs aim to enable women to set and achieve goals in areas such as further education and employment training, equipping them with essential skills to navigate society. By empowering women, we strive to bring about a positive change that not only benefits individuals but also strengthens families, communities, and society as a whole.


Creating opportunities for active engagement, skill development, and social interaction is essential for fostering a vibrant community. WestPoint organizes and arranges recreational activities, including summer holiday trips and leisure programs for local community families. Our philosophy is centered on encouraging individuals to be active, learn new skills, make friends, and most importantly, have fun. By providing such recreational avenues, we aim to create a sense of belonging and enhance the overall well-being of community members.

Social Inclusion Cross-Sector Approach

As social inclusion and poverty among young people continue to be pressing issues, WestPoint-Sustainable Community Development has developed a comprehensive Youth Strategy. This strategy focuses on leveraging youth work and youth centers to promote inclusion, encouraging cross-sector collaboration to address exclusion in education, employment, and social spheres. Additionally, our efforts aim to foster intercultural awareness, combat prejudice, provide information and education about rights, tackle homelessness, housing, and poverty, promote access to quality services, and offer specific support for young families. By taking a holistic approach, we strive to create an inclusive and supportive environment for young people to thrive.

Soft Skills Training

For underprivileged and disadvantaged communities facing multiple barriers, WestPoint-Sustainable Community Development offers Soft Skills Training courses. These courses specifically cater to individuals with limited English language proficiency, lack of basic skills, literacy, numeracy, and digital literacy. By providing ESOL classes and organizing workshops in job-specific soft skills such as customer service, CV writing, online job searching, and interview strategies, we aim to raise self-esteem, improve confidence, and ultimately foster economic independence through sustained employment. Our focus on marginalized immigrant women and young people who face unique challenges ensures that their needs and barriers are addressed in a way that mainstream service provision may not be able to accommodate.

Supplementary School

WestPoint-Sustainable Community Development proudly runs a supplementary school for children, ensuring a safe and effective learning environment. Our teaching staff, including qualified teachers experienced in delivering innovative and engaging lessons, provide academic support and enrichment activities to supplement formal education. We prioritize fostering a love for learning, nurturing curiosity, and enhancing educational outcomes for children in our community.