WWT HQ & ACCESS: 020 7613 0045
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SEW & SUPPORT :020 7247 1910


 Promoting personal recovery through vocational training
within a supportive commercial environment.

Based on Hackney Road Access Print promotes personal recovery through vocational training within a supportive commercial environment. As a Social Enterprise it does this by offering participants the opportunity to move towards mainstream training, education and employment in retail, printing and desk top publishing.

Participants at Access Print get the chance to learn and experience retail sales, commercial printing, and desk top publishing before specialising in a chosen area. Working up to 15 hours per week participants learn new skills, develop confidence, interact with commercial clients, and build up a consistent working routine.

The Access project offers training in the following areas:
Desktop Publishing
Participants learn the basics of graphic design, typography, design, page layout,  graphics, web design, prepress and printing.

Print & Print Finishing
Participants learn every stage of print and print finishing, from Print ready artwork to the finished product with all aspects of printing from single colour business card to full colour brochures taught.

All aspects of retail are taught within the shop and each participant receives training in customer service, stock taking, operating the till and advising customers.
For more information on the project please click here to access our leaflet.

Cost and referrals:
The service is open to residents of Tower Hamlets and other boroughs. Please call Andre Tonna on 020 7613 0045 for information about the placement fees.

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For further information on how to contact Access Print, click HERE

Access commendations:

What you say about Access:
‘Meaningful occupation is hugely important in preventing relapse and promoting recovery and there are not enough projects like this which provide structure and training and language support.’
Care co-ordinator

‘I am happy about my work experience at Access print. I have improved my confidence and communication skills. I also gained new skills in the print room and retail shop which is going to help me in the future to find work in the print-ing industry.’ Participant

“I have been working at Access for some time. I have found since the beginning that I can learn new skills though I have a mental illness. As far as the staff and other workers are concerned I am treated as an equal. The experience has been beneficial for my move on to future employment.’

‘My confidence is returning to normalcy, and my DTP training is progressing steadily. I thank all the staff for all their assistance during turbulent periods.’

Access Print Project Pictures

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