Providing business support and training

Supporting Access in Milton Keynes

access bedford
community action
community foundation
evenbreak
job centre plus
luton council
mk cab
mk cil
mk gallery
mk job show
mk museum
mk pride
mk send ias
morrisons
network rail
nhs england
oakgrove school
safety centre
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santander
sarc
snozone
tesco
thames valley
the stables
wetherspoon

Training

3

BSL, Deaf Awareness, Diversity & Inclusion

Interpreters

2

Language Service professionals

Consultancy

1

Making your organisation accessible & inclusive

Welcome to Access Ambassadors

Do you understand the difference between access and accessibility? Do you know how to make your business accessible to a wide range of customers? As a growing business, can you access talent from diverse backgrounds?

Most small businesses struggle with the concepts of accessibility, diversity, and inclusion so avoid taking any action that could actually improve and grow their business.

Our mission:

We want to help you grow your business.

Our aim is to provide up-to-date information that will help make your business accessible to a wider range of customers and new talent.

We research and review the tools that can help you grow by being more accessible to a wider range of customers.

We also encourage the employment of individuals from diverse backgrounds.

How is Access Ambassadors funded?

We do not receive any statutory funding. Our funding comes from our training, consultancy services and fundraising activities. The funding we gain is used for the benefit of local deaf groups in and around Milton Keynes.

Our Values:

Access Ambassadors adheres to these core values:

  • Diversity – recognising that we are all different
  • Independence – enabling freedom to determine one’s actions
  • Integration –  encouraging inclusion and belonging
  • Transparency – all our actions are open and carried out with integrity

If you would like further information about our services then please contact our office.

“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.”

Helen Keller