#VIDEO | “I’m happy to call Liverpool my home” Basir, who fled Afghanistan as a child, recently became a British citizen along with his family. After meeting with the Lord Mayor at @TownHallLpool, he told us about his experience of becoming an adopted Scouser.
Pyrography at Servite Court
STEC Echo Article 24/12/23
Include IT Digital Inclusion Project at Dolan Court
15th December 2023
Mark Ord Radio Interview BBC Radio Merseyside
Monday November 6th Radio Interview
Mark Ord, Chief Executive
Innovation from MGISS & STEC – Liverpool Business Podcast
The Baltic Triangle podcast speaking to the REAL movers & shakers in Liverpool City Region – with Mick Ord & Mark Reeson.
Innovation from MGISS & STEC – Liverpool Businesses by The Baltic Triangle – Business In The Liverpool City Region (anchor.fm)
Basir Community Champion from STEC ITV/Liverpool Echo
Just a note of appreciation and gratitude to some special people. There are many individuals and organisations contributing to the support of Bas during the last five years – obviously The Original Swap Shop Team (Angie, Pauline, Shantelle, Adele, Rachel etc) were a massive help, The Orchard (Tracey, Napper and Joanne) and STEC’s Driving Theory Course delivered by Paul was critical for Basir to become a driver in his career. However special thanks must also be dedicated to Carie Lee, Liverpool City Council’s Equalities & Cohesion Officer (and STEC Trustee), the team at SLH (especially Thomas Hayes, Joe Cummings and The Reach Team), Liverpool Adult Learning Service (especially Chris Davey, Lynne Davies and Dot Bonner), Riverside Floating Support Service (Jodie, Rosita), all the team at the Workers’ Educational Association (WEA), TLC’s “Give Get Go” Project and Lisa Colquhoun of Knowsley Works. This demonstrates how partnership can produce positive outcomes making a sustainable difference. Yes it is what STEC does but we can not do it by ourselves!