NCFE celebrates new partnership with the Greater Manchester Learning Provider Network

National Awarding Organisation, NCFE, is proud to announce an exciting new partnership with the Greater Manchester Learning Provider Network (GMLPN) to bring a range of innovative and cost effective training solutions across a range of sectors.

Established in 2001, the GMLPN is a network of over 100 independent training providers, colleges of further education and universities. They work alongside key partners and local authorities to achieve an ever closer alignment between the needs of employers, individuals, communities and the suppliers of skills. By working together, NCFE and GMLPN can support organisations in finding end-to-end training solutions across a wide range of sectors and industries, offering access to world class customer service and support.

NCFE is renowned for being at the forefront of technical education across the UK, recently selected as the Awarding Organisation to deliver on the first T Level in Education and Childcare. The organisation offers hundreds of fundable qualifications for learners at all stages of their journey, in addition to end-point assessment solutions and market-leading eLearning and assessment diagnostic tools through Skills Forward.

Sian Wilson, Director of Growth at NCFE said:

“We’re thrilled to be working with GMLPN to support filling skills gaps in Manchester and the surrounding region, ultimately leading more learners into sustainable employment. We really enjoy working with organisations who share our values and the GMLPN is no exception, the benefits that our joint venture can bring to learners will be so valuable.”

Anne Gornall, Executive Director at GMLPN said:

“We are delighted to be working in partnership with NCFE. This collaboration will further support our members to offer teaching and learning solutions that meet the needs of Greater Manchester employers and learners.”

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Media contact: Kievah Wallace, PR & Social Media Officer at NCFE: 0191 240 8829 / 0772 525 5660/ [email protected]

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