“Back on Track are a credit to Manchester and have transformed the lives of some of our most disadvantaged residents.”

Councillor Sue Murphy, Deputy Leader, Manchester City Council


“My confidence was so low. I was afraid of mixing with new people and I wanted to change. But after about a month I began to feel like I belonged somewhere. Back on Track has given me confidence, positivity, happiness and fulfillment.” 
Paul, Back on Track service user


Back on Track is all about helping people overcome major barriers and move on to a successful future. Here’s a snapshot of what happened in 2014-15:


179 people increased their maths and English skills by taking part in sessions at our centre 


138 people completed a vocational training course like Business Administration or Introduction to Catering and Hospitality 


166 new qualifications were gained


8 former service users were taken on as paid trainees 


55 people referred to us from probation found long-term volunteering positions 


40 people went on to find paid work




 our impact


Back on Track is a Manchester charity that enables disadvantaged adults to make lasting, positive changes to their lives.