LWBLA are being funded by the National Apprenticeship Service (NAS) to develop a pilot project which will offer independent, Quality Assured and a free information service through the development of an ‘Apprenticeship Ambassador Network’ made up primarily of existing Apprenticeship Training Providers who will represent NAS at individual sessions/events. Find out more
LWBLA are delighted to announce that we will be launching a Third Sector Network for Apprenticeship Providers in London. In response to feedback from members we have secured the support of LSIS to establish a new network to offer both strategic and operational value for London based Third Sector providers. You may be either a direct contract holder or a subcontractor to an SFA funded provider. We are also interested in supporting providers if you deliver complementary services such as foundation learning, Neet projects, ESF funded activity, youth contracts, etc. Find out more
LWBLA run regular Regional Learner Responsive Network meetings and are planning on producing a Policy Prospectus for 2103. Find out more
The My Pocket Tutor project has been funded by the Traineeship Staff Support Programme (TSSP) via AELP and the ETF. The project will create a learner centred suite of mobile apps using the ‘My Pocket Tutor’ brand to upgrade provider capacity and stimulate take up of the Traineeship programme. The apps will offer a personal diagnostic tool, learning content, and support for the employer. Find out more
We offer a range of services including events, workshops and briefings, support and more. See membership page for details.