Collab Group and London Capital Colleges have formed a partnership to support a range of London-wide activities. The partnership will work to ensure that the voice of the CEO/Principals of the largest college groups in London is heard on issues relating to skills, employment and further education.

The partnership will allow for a stronger voice of the Principals & CEOs of the larger college groups within London and speaks to a need to work collaboratively with others to find London wide solutions to the skills challenges faced in the Capital.

As partners we have an exciting opportunity to effectively influence and shape pan-London policy, collectively develop solutions to support technical & professional education across London, and speak to key industry sectors on a London-wide basis.

This is especially important given the issues that will have a significant impact on the London economy and the FE Sector in the coming years, notably: Brexit; the Government’s Industrial Strategy; the creation of Institutes of Technology; the Skills for London Strategy that the Mayor’s office is now beginning to work on; the devolution of AEB; and the Mayor’s stated objective of wanting the 16-19 skills budgets devolved to his office.

  • Barnet Southgate College

    Barnet Southgate College

    Barnet Southgate is one of the largest colleges in the Greater London region, covering North London and Hertfordshire, with over 14,000 learners, 1,500 courses and hundreds of apprenticeships on four campuses and three specialist training centres.

  • Capital City College Group

    Capital City College Group

    The Capital City College Group is comprised of Westminster Kingsway and City and Islington Colleges. Westminster Kingsway offers academic courses, vocational programmes and apprenticeships at all levels to around 14,000 students. City and Islington College has around 13,000 students offering a range of provision at both higher and lower levels.

  • College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London

    College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London

    The College of Haringey, Enfield and North London has over 5,000 students enrolled across two centres in Tottenham and Enfield. Colloquially known as CONEL, the college has excellent employer links and currently offers almost 1,000 apprenticeships.

  • College of North West London

    College of North West London

    The College of North West London is split across two campuses in Brent. With 500 employer partnerships, the college prides itself on getting its 10,000 students ready for work or more education. A Constructions Skills Centre has been developed by the college in nearby King’s Cross.

  • Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College

    Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College

    Situated just west of the Capital, Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College is spread across four locations and is responsible for the education and training of over 20,000 learners on a wide range of courses and dozens of apprenticeship opportunities.

  • Lewisham Southwark College

    Lewisham Southwark College

    Lewisham Southwark College is a further education college based across three campuses in Southeast London. With over 6,500 learners, the college has a focus on a wide range of study courses, apprenticeship training and part-time adult education.

  • London South East

    London South East

    London South East Colleges is the leading college in the South East London area, comprising 3 distinct colleges spread across campuses in Bexley, Greenwich and Bromley. The group provides vocational programmes and apprenticeship training to over 25,000 students.

  • New City College

    New City College

    Combining Redbridge College, Tower Hamlets College and Hackney College to form a major further education network in East London, the New City College boasts 15,000 students, trainees and apprentices. The group also owns the English language school, Westbourne Academy.

  • Newham College, London

    Newham College, London

    Newham College is based across two key sites in East London, East Ham and Stratford, providing training and education for over 13,000 students. As a Training Quality Standard Award Winner, Newham College have been recognised for their expert teaching skills and employer connections.

  • South Thames College

    South Thames College

    South Thames College is located south of London and spread across three campuses: Wandsworth, Tooting and Merton. Over 21,000 students are enrolled, with a large number of vocational and apprenticeship opportunities in partnership with regional employers.

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