Are you looking for a way to make your mark?
We have a bold ambition … are you in?
Society Matters is a social enterprise that’s striving for a fair society for all. We know this is a bold ambition, but why should that stand in the way of us trying to achieve it?
It’s fair to say, though, that sometimes just knowing where to start, when there’s so much to be done, can be a real challenge. So we’re busy designing and delivering unique programmes and services for society that will help you to embed the knowledge and skills you need to be able to put the right foot forward – so you can really start to make your mark.
Why not get in touch to talk through the services we can offer you and your organisation?
Social Welfare Learning and Development Programme
"The Society Matters training course breaks everything about Universal Credit down into detail, and is very thorough"
"The thought of Universal Credit training sent shivers down my spine, however this is just the best course I have been on and I highly recommend it"
"Society Matters Get to Grips with Personal Independence Training made it very easy to understand and once explained it takes away the mystery!"
"The Society Matters online Universal Credit training is an absolute must for those that deal with customers who receive welfare benefits including Universal Credit"
Services for society
Here’s what we have to offer so far – there’s more to come, so if you don’t see what you need we’re all ears! Through working with Society Matters you be be able to:
Boost the social impact of your support services
Take part in our unique, quality accredited social welfare training
Deliver social value through your business
Get the CSR policy off the shelf and put it to good use with our help
Take steps on your journey towards a life well lived
Join local programmes for work experience, training and mentoring
Secure equality and fairness in your workplace
Get access to fair and affordable employment law and tribunal services
Recent articles and news
Society matters because …
… without it we are just survival of the fittest with no collective responsibility for individual members
… it provides the opportunity to harness the resources of its component parts for the benefit of all.
… humans need to belong. Within a society, we can help each other to live better.
… everyone matters and should be treated equally no matter what their individual circumstances.