Our Partners

Our Partners

City of Glasgow College, Vocational ESOL

Open University, [email protected] University programme

Police Scotland, 'Client Third Party Reporting & Raising Awareness'

Scottish Refugee Council, British Red Cross, Glasgow Clyde College, Workers Education Association JANCs 'Joining a new community' Project'


E-EPSOL transnational Project and partners

KIM transnational Project and partners

DIWC (Dundee International Women's Centre)


The WiSE Project is a dual delivery and knowledge exchange partnership between Bridges Programmes (based in Glasgow), Glasgow City College
and the Dundee International Women’s Centre, Dundee to develop a new, year-long vocational ESOL employability programme to enhance the active participation of ethnic women for whom English is a second language, in the labour market, in sectors which represent growth in the labour market and /or sectors reflecting the existing skills and experience of the participants.

The project runs from October 2014-Sept 2015 and will benefit over 100 women and deliver employability support in 5 dedicated growth sectors of the Scottish economy (Customer Service, Early Years, Science, Catering/Hospitality, Building/Engineering).

The programme is funded by the employability department of the Scottish Government and was visited by the Minister for Women and Youth employment Annabelle Ewing MSP in January 2015.



Bridges have over 100 employers such as Care in the Community, Royal Voluntary Service, Bupa, Glasgow University Veterinary Laboratories, Momentum Skills, Vidal Sassoon, Age Scotland, Unity, Lambhill Court, SAL: Soil Analysis Laboratories, Balfour Beatty, Sir Robert McAlpine, Thornwood Primary School, St Rochs Primary School, Glasgow Dyslexic Support Service, Buddies Clubs and Services, Novotel, Blythswood Square Hotel, Spruce Carperts, Second Opportunities, The Bike Station, Ironside Farrar ltd, North Glasgow Community Food Initiative, Legal Services Agency, Four Seasons Health Care and many many more.

Meet The Staff

Our Partners


Working For Us

The Bridges Programmes is funded by the following organisations