As part of Building Better Communities ‘Support In to Employment’ Project we are happy to be able to offer a total of 28 places for workless individuals to support them with gaining employment skills and getting closer to work...Find out more >>
We are pleased to announce the launch of our new project. MYID is all about preserving history. With aid from The Higgin's Bedford and experienced filmmakers we will film series of documentaries...Find out more >>
Polish British Integration Centre is pleased to announce the launch of our new project. The project aim is to support unemployed, and economically inactive people. Find out more >>
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Visit our office at The Place, Bradgate Road, Bedford, MK40 3DE from Mon-Fri 9:00-15.00 or contact us on 01234 328 100.
The Migrant Integration Project
We are pleased to announce, that in March 2015, after 5 years of working together and the success of the last project under the Big Lottery Reaching Communities Fund, we have begun a new project – the Migrant Integration Project which allows us to offer free English lessons (ESOL for Integration), career advice, qualification transfer and advice sessions. Find out more >>
Give Children their Native Language
Dear Parents and Carers of bilingual children! PBIC is joining an international campaign called “Give Children their Native Language”. The campaign is organised by the Association for the Promotion of Polish Language Abroad (APPLA). Find out more >>
NATIONAL CAREER SERVICE
The National Careers Service is a project within the frame of which a team of qualified advisers provides free career advice. The NCS website offers access to a variety of information and tools which can help you plan the next steps in your career. Find out more >>
The PBIC was established in 2007 in response to the needs of the newly arrived Polish Migrant workforce and their families. All our activities are driven by one overriding purpose – to help those who need support in successfully integrating into British society.