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London Wants Talent

Check out our latest discussion paper produced in collaboration with London First; London Wants Talent.

This paper is based on a discussion held between Collab Group London Colleges and Jon Allan, former Chair of London First.

The paper outlines how to ensure better collaboration between government, industry and education providers; the skills challenges facing business; and how to extend educational opportunities to the economically or socially disadvantaged

Click here to read the paper

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Statement on Conservatives 2019 Manifesto

Check out our statement on the Conservative 2019 manifesto

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Statement on Labour's Adult Education Proposals

The Labour party has announced that every adult will be entitled to six years of free study under Labour plans for a radical expansion of lifelong learning, as part of its vision for a cradle-to-grave national education service.

We have produced a short statement in response to these plans

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Skills in London: Bridging the gap between Business and Colleges

Check out our latest publication that explains what happened at our third dinner discussion for Collab Group: London Colleges.

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Adult Education Budget and Devolution in England

Check out our latest paper on Adult Education Budget and Devolution in England