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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

Other News Articles

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Collab Group Calls for Apprenticeship Levy Flexibility

Collab Group recently joined other high profile signatories in a letter published in The Times calling for more flexibility in the use of the apprenticeship levy.

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What Employers Want

For National Apprenticeship Week 2018, Gloucestershire College caught up with some of their employer partners to discover what they look for in an apprentice…

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Award win for ed-tech start up Mindful Education

Mindful Education, a London-based education technology company, took home the Study Resource of the Year award at this year’s PQ Awards 2019, held on Tuesday 26 February.

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Devolved skills in London: an opportunity for innovation

"The important part about AEB devolution is that it must be used to do something different", says Ian Pretty.