Many teaching establishments work with a wide selection of external agencies that promote diversity, numerous UK courses have associations with the NHS who look after adults and children at home and at school and provide residential and nursing care. This association helps students realise there are other people within the community that are less fortunate than themselves. Many teaching organisations also work with support groups by running projects to provide training in association with BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) families, who explore and engage with issues of diversity, ethnicity, culture and identity. Their curriculum is rooted in exploring Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic culture, heritage and identity. Some also offer a mentoring programme that provides targeted mentoring support for Black and Minority Ethnic children and young people. The overall benefit of working with these groups provides students with a wider experience and also provides support for people in the community.