Smile- for Amazon Smile

As part of our on-going search for funding we have had a fantastic quick win. We have now registered with Amazon Smile! have made it incredibly easy to support LTI- for each eligible purchase they will donate 0.5% of the purchase price. On their own these amounts will no doubt be small but, over […]

New Team Member

We are happy to let everyone know we have a new team member here at LTI. Cat has joined us as our Finance and Admin Officer to help get our paperwork all organised. Although we will let her out of the office every now and again to help deliver some Prince’s trust and IT functional […]

Great Start to 2021- NCFE Accreditation

LTI are pleased to announce we are now an official test centre with NCFE for English, Maths and IT Functional Skills. Over the past few months we have been working hard to get everything in place, and finally got the go ahead this week. This means we can continue to offer the English, Maths and […]

New Health and Care Services Guidance

We wanted to let everyone know that Friends, Families and Travellers have released a new guide to support commissioners, service providers and health, care and support staff successfully overcome barriers to healthcare for Gypsies, Roma, Travellers and nomadic communities. The new resource, ‘How to tackle health inequalities in Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities: A guide […]

CYPVSF annual event

LTI had a stall at the Children and Young Peoples Voluntary Sector Forum’s annual event and Paul gave an overview of the work of LTI. However, this was an opportunity to showcase the work of three young people completing their Trinity College, Silver Arts Award. Kelise sang ‘Lost Without You’, Samantha performed a monologue called […]

Widening Access to Higher Education-NCOP Conference Birmingham

This document was presented by Paul Boucher, LTI Director, at the NCOP Conference held at The Studio, Birmingham on Wednesday, October 30th, 2019.The National Collaborative Outreach Programme (NCOP) brings together 29 partnerships of universities, colleges and other local partners to deliver outreach programmes to young people in years 9 to 13.Their work is focused on […]


We now have not one but two offices. One located in Waddington at The Community Hub and one in Britannia House, Think2Speak office in Marshall’s yard Gainsborough.

Vistors from Walsall

The Vice Principal of Walsall Adult and Community college (and her son) joined us for the day on our Learning Bus. They came to witness firsthand how LTI delivers support for those children who are registered as being Home Educated, with a view to setting up something similar for their own young people. Liza-Jo (Vice Principal) wrote to […]

LTI BIG Lottery Project- Travelling On

Our BIG lottery project has officially started! Our project is primarily aimed at Travellers 17+ years old. We aim to build self confidence and self esteem and develop their readiness for the world of work, through adult training courses and activities that are within and outside their own community.   A central theme running through […]