We are working together with our colleges and stakeholders to create a better technical education system in the UK.
Our network speaks with a collective voice about the key issues that impact the further education sector.
We aim to raise the profile of the Further Education sector within government and industry and demonstrate the value that colleges create for learners, employers and the economy.
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Collab Group engages with our members, government and industry to influence the solutions to policy implementation. We have developed positions on a range of issues that we see as crucial to harnessing the full power of our national technical education system.
In the past, we have focused on issues including industrial strategy, post-16 skills, talent acquisition, employability, institutes of technology, the apprenticeship levy and devolution.
We work with our members and stakeholders to publish points of view and position papers to articulate the kinds of changes that we want to see within the further education sector.
Our current policy focus is on
Colleges and Employability
Andy Forbes shares his thoughts on the lessons he learned leading through a pandemic
Collab Group has produced a document to coincide with the upcoming London Mayoral Election
Check out this updated version of our position statement on the Skills for Jobs White Paper.
Check out our report on how colleges can support economic recovery efforts.
We have released a document that showcases how Collab Group colleges are helping people into work
The Peter Roberts Collab Group Bursary is an award for outstanding achievement for a student from a Collab Group College. It consists of a £2,500 bursary…
Collab Group have recently published a document outlining our thoughts on the development of T Levels
Collab Group have released a document on improving the adult education system
Collab Group sat down with FE leaders to learn about their experiences during the Covid-19 pandemic.
This piece, by Asfa Sohail, is the fifth and final in a series of blogs in the lead up to the London Mayoral Election. This blog is about how colleges…