Background and ExperienceCumbria Credits ltd, United Kingdom, is a non for profit social enterprise company limited by guarantee. CCL promotes community regeneration through Adult Education and Life Long Learning. Cumbria Credits was set up as a Round 1 SRB programme in 1995 and developed 70 Community Development Centres throughout Cumbria, which is the second most sparsely populated county in England.There are still centres in Cumbria, who work with Adults who are:Socially disadvantaged through rural localityUn-employedLow or no skillsLow self-esteem/ lack confidenceHesitant learnersCumbria Credits won a National Training Regeneration award, through the Secretary of State’s Office (BURA) in 2001. Community Development Centres were set up in local Primary Schools throughout Cumbria as a vehicle for hesitant learners to access training to help develop- confidence, social and communication skills and included achievable recognised qualifications in ICT, Customer Service, Business and Administration, Teaching Assistants, employability skills from entry level to level 3. Community Development Centres have experience working with learners from different background and skill sets. They have delivered courses from beginners to QCF’s at level 4. One centre won the National Training Award in 2010 for the North West.Activities and ExperienceAs yet Cumbria Credits have not worked directly with the migrant community on a large scale but are willing to help partner organisations, such as Cumbria County Council, Carlisle City Council, Barnardo’s Carlisle Urban Sure Start, Citizen Advice Bureau, Riverside Housing and Upperby Community Development Centre who work closely with members of the local community, unemployed with little or no skills, migrant communities and people with social and urban deprivation.