London Work Based Alliance to celebrate its Annual General Meeting at House of Commons

On the 5th December 2013 the London Work Based Learning Alliance (LWBLA) celebrates its Annual General Meeting at the House of Commons. Sponsored by Andrew Jones MP, the Apprenticeship Ambassador in Parliament, the event is an important occasion for the future of apprenticeships in London.

The LWBLA now has over 140 members and is active locally in Boroughs and at a regional level. Collaborative work has been a feature of the past 12 months with the LWBLA and AoC London working together to produce the Apprenticeship Showcase Event and brochure highlighting the high quality of employer and business led apprenticeships on offer in London.

Victor Farlie, the LWBLA Executive Chair said: “The LWBLA AGM, to be held on the 5th December 2013, is an important milestone for all Apprenticeship providers in London. We have made huge progress in the past 12 months working to broaden our range of services, engaging in the policy process, and developing our online strategy and information networks.

“The next 12 months will be just as busy as we work on the Richard Review and influence the Mayor of London’s strategy to expand Apprenticeship opportunities for London residents. Providers are at the heart of making it all work for the Employer and apprentice learner so we are pleased to be at the forefront of so much of what goes on.”

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