Our Social Impact


Engaging                             and educating all

Engaging                            and educating all

Engaging                    and educating all

Engaging and educating all

Engaging        and educating all

Life Ready, Job Ready - we deliver bespoke training systems created together with learners to make sure the skill set that we pass on is relevant, usable, current and life-preparing. Mapis CIC not only provides accredited qualifications, we also deliver practical and engaging programmes encouraging those who are disadvantaged back into education or sustainable employment. We are specialists in delivering wide ranging skill and personal development training in fashion & beauty and retail.

We are proud of our success rate:

98% Course Completion

94% NEET to EET Success Rate

‘Mapis are dedicated to securing the very best outcomes for their beneficiaries and this commitment drives the excellent work they deliver. I would wholeheartedly recommend Mapis to other partners’

- Rob Deeks, CEO of Aik Saath

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Realising your potential

Working with local authorities, education and training bodies we help people realise their potential and improve their chances of employability by:

  • Developing confidence
  • Nurturing skills
  • Discovering purpose

Specifically, we support:

  • People dealing with life’s challenges
  • Young people up to the age of 24
  • Women up to the age of 60
  • Unemployed men of working age

‘West Berkshire Training Consortium has contracted Mapis since early 2013 to provide a range of personal development and support for disadvantaged young people who are on a government funded programme of education and training. Mapis has provided an engagement service that has helped empower and enable young people to develop their confidence to identify and make the choices that will aid them in taking controls of their lives and careers. Mapis are very capable, liked and respected by the young people they work with’

- Jon Thompson, Senior Project Manager

‘Every September we start the year with all these new students who have never met and spend ages trying to settle in and make new friends. Sometimes it’s quite difficult for certain students to handle so much at once which can sometimes lead to negative behaviour and a bad start for the student. In September 2015, we had no problems at all. Because of the excellent transition support they had, during a summer programme run by MAPIS. The students arrived with their newly made friends, familiar with the building and ready to get on with their education. There are students who to this day are still very good friends who met at the summer group.’

- Amy Ainslie, Pastoral Leader, NTA


19 Reading Rd