About Start liverpool

Start Liverpool are a not for profit social enterprise who deliver education and training programmes in Digital and Creative Industries. Established in 2018, Start Liverpool aim to support all residents of the Liverpool City Region to improve their maths, English and Digital Skills. We believe that the use of arts, digital and creativity can help to unlock the skills within the region. We believe that all people are entitled to access high quality training and support to help them reach their full potential.

We work with children aged 5 to 16 to support them with Maths, English, Coding and Music. Studies have shown that additional support in these areas can have a positive impact on a young persons future.

Our Education programmes are designed to support young people aged 14-18 and adults aged 19 to 65. Our programmes help people develop their digital and creative skills to support them in their future careers.

Our adult creative courses at The Hub are designed to engage the local communities, showcasing all the difference aspects of art and creative processes, which can be developed into a career or taken up as a new hobby or leisure activity.

All of our courses and programmes work with local organisations to show how art, design and creative industries link to the world of work. We have strong relationships with Make a Difference Marketing, MADM Academy and Multiko who all work with local businesses and freelancers.

Start Liverpool are a not for profit social enterprise who deliver education and training programmes in Digital and Creative Industries. Established in 2018, Start Liverpool aim to support all residents of the Liverpool City Region to improve their maths, English and Digital Skills. We believe that the use of arts, digital and creativity can help to unlock the skills within the region. We believe that all people are entitled to access high quality training and support to help them reach their full potential.

We work with children aged 5 to 16 to support them with Maths, English, Coding and Music. Studies have shown that additional support in these areas can have a positive impact on a young persons future.

Our Education programmes are designed to support young people aged 14-18 and adults aged 19 to 65. Our programmes help people develop their digital and creative skills to support them in their future careers.

Our adult creative courses at The Hub are designed to engage the local communities, showcasing all the difference aspects of art and creative processes, which can be developed into a career or taken up as a new hobby or leisure activity.

All of our courses and programmes work with local organisations to show how art, design and creative industries link to the world of work. We have strong relationships with Make a Difference Marketing, MADM Academy and Multiko who all work with local businesses and freelancers.