Learning Curve Group works with a range of high-quality partners to support delivery of our market leading programmes and services. Each has a specialist area of expertise which complements our pioneering work.
The UK Government-supported apprentices programme helps people in to apprenticeships and is backed by many employers. The benefits include people being trained in the skills businesses need and added efficiencies in the workforce.
The ESFA funds £3.7bn of skills training for the Further Education sector in England each year. We work closely with the ESFA to gain funding so that most of our programmes can be delivered free of charge to employers and learners.
NCFE CACHE is a national awarding organisation which designs, develops and certifies nationally recognised qualifications and awards. We work with NCFE CACHE to gain certification for all of our new provision.
IIP is a national framework which recognises an organisation’s high performance through people, its quality of engagement and recognition of staff. We work with IIP to validate and improve our staff development procedures.
The NSA works across a number of important sectors, including health, social care and e-learning, to support employees to get the training they need to do the job they love, creating and maintaining the high-quality services we all want.
The ESF is Europe’s main instrument for supporting jobs, helping people get better jobs and ensuring fairer job opportunities. It is dedicated to improving social cohesion and economic wellbeing across the European Union by concentrating spending on the less developed regions.
Ofsted is the UK Government’s education inspectorate. We are inspected by Ofsted and are Ofsted compliant.
The Matrix Standard is the unique quality standard for organisations to assess and measure their advice and support services, which ultimately supports individuals in their choice of career, learning, work and life goals. After thorough reviews and interview processes, we were delighted to be awarded the Matrix Standard in August 2015.
FEA advises and inspires further educationalists to overcome the challenges of the sector. Through consultation and collaboration, honest appraisal and rock solid support, it delivers strategies and operational plans needed to enable success and long-term change. Its dedicated team of FE and skills experts blend quality improvement with sector-leading expertise.
The Association of Employment and Learning Providers is the leading trade association for vocational learning and employment providers in Britain. The majority of its 770-plus members are independent private, not-for-profit and voluntary sector training and employment services organisations. Membership is open to any provider committed to quality provision and it includes 40 FE colleges involved in work based learning.