Impact Consortium

Impact Consortium

Impact Consortium is made up of five organisations which offer training and activities for young people aged 13-19 (up to 25 for young people with a disability) who are not in education, employment or training and/or vulnerable and at risk. Working across the borough of Lambeth and beyond, through a single point of contact, Impact Consortium makes it easy for young people to access a range of activities with, and support from, one or more member organisation. It aims to find out what each young person needs to progress, and find a way to meet that need. Activities include sports; digital media; radio production; motor mechanics; basic literacy and numeracy; one to one support; life skills; mentoring, and trips. Activities are accredited through Arts Awards, AQA, or City & Guilds.

For further information contact Karla Barnacle-Best, Impact Consortium Development Worker at or on 020 7978 8309.

198 Contemporary Arts and Learning

is the lead organisation within Impact Consortium and specialises in Visual Arts and Digital Media courses such as Photography, Graphics and Illustration.

Alford House

provides key worker support to young people helping them to access positive activities, education, training & employment. It also runs a youth club and offers accredited fitness training in its fully equipped health and fitness studio.

British Albanian Kosovar Council

British Albanian Kosovar Council works with young people from refugee families offering activities such as art, drama and football. It also offers parenting programmes and advice and support on a range of issues.


Nacro offers a range of accredited activities include Arts, Construction, Basic Literacy and Numeracy, ICT, Motor Mechanics, and Sports. Capacity building and work placement support is also available.