Collab Group members are leading further education colleges spanning the entire UK
Find out about how Collab Group members can deliver talent into your sector.
We offer a range of skills and training services to equip your business with new talent.
We work to influence the development of education and skills policy.
Collab Group is a national membership body of further education colleges and college groups. We represent 35 of the largest and most innovative colleges in the UK. Our members are like-minded, forward-thinking peer organisations who work together to transform technical and professional education. There are two main pillars of our work: policy influencing and commercial activities.
The Collab Group network covers the entire UK. We have members as far north as Fraserburgh and as far south as Bournemouth. Collab Group colleges have a variety of attributes; they are large and diverse, technically and professionally focused, and deliver impactful apprenticeship programmes. Collab Group colleges concentrate on providing high-quality technical and professional education. They combine industry standard facilities with excellent standards of teaching and learning and, crucially, they prepare their students for successful careers.
Collab Group colleges provide education and training courses across a range of industry sectors. Our members offer bespoke programmes to suit your business needs, offering both new talent attraction and workforce development services. We can work with you to ensure that your business can make full use of your apprenticeship levy and equip your staff with the skills to fuel business growth and success.
Collab Group offers services to both public and private sector clients. We work with our member colleges to deliver customised skills solutions to employers, as well as consultation services relating to training, workforce development and talent attraction.
Collab Group works with our members and stakeholders to influence further education and skills policy. Our members have identified key areas where we aim to shape the debate around the future of technical and professional education. We regularly publish thought leadership on significant issues impacting the sector including the development of professional and technical skills, policy implementation, and college funding.
We work with a range of external partners on joint initiatives and issues of shared interest.