tpm Directors, staff and learners take our social responsibilities seriously and see this as an essential part of our business. As a small private work-based learning college, we have a role to play in the social and economic welfare of Liverpool City and the wider region, and an ethical responsibility to our planet.


We embrace our community and social responsibility purposefully. We work collaboratively with local, like-minded organisations to enhance and deliver effective and inclusive services to learners, employers and staff. These are most obvious in partners like MICT for technology and ICT support; Local Safeguarding Children’s Board on safeguarding; Autism Initiatives and Dyslexia Foundation for learning difference and support as well as YPAS and a range of other health, housing and welfare agencies.

Encouraging social responsiblity

Learners are encouraged to consider their own social responsibility through learning and activities, which cover zero-tolerance promise, digital citizenship and being healthy, staying safe, equality and diversity, charitable fundraising activities, awareness and support.

tpm annually sponsors Theatre for a Change a British charity working in Africa. TfaC use street plays and drama to educate people about HIV and AIDS. And linking Green to Community; tpm have worked with local employer MICT on an innovative project to provide 12 computers for a local charity providing debt advice and management services to young people. MICT recycled and reformatted PCs that tpm had recently replaced to provide the charity’s service users with access to online help and support.

Apprenticeships Traineeships Positive about disabled people - recognition by Jobcentre Plus Investors in People Cache nurturing achievement The matrix Standard Habia member school BIIAB Merseyside Hairdressing Forum VTCT Greater Merseyside Learning Providers Federation Mode Training Ltd Training Excellence European Social Fund