We have over twenty-five years experience of in delivering high quality, action-oriented training to people living and working in low-income communities that foster their ambition to do things differently.
The National Communities Resource Centre's unique residential training model has helped thousands of people from low-income communities, provides opportunities to explore new ways of learning and allows people from communities across the country to meet others experiencing the same struggles and difficulties. They can share ideas, experiences, enthusiasm, and build confidence together. Since the early days of the National Communities Resource Centre, we have monitored and evaluated our training programmes, providing an evidence base of the real impact our training and work has.
NCRC has also partnered with other organisations to run research programmes on some of the key issues affecting low-income communities today, including research for The Housing Plus Academy and Lessons from Grenfell with the London School of Economics.