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Accreditations & affiliations
Twin Employment & Training is proud to be accredited by and affiliated with the following organisations, associations and governing bodies:
A4e is a social purpose company with one aim, to improve people's lives around the world. They do this by helping clients to find the skills or employment that will make a positive difference to their lives.
CDG is a leading welfare to work charity with nearly 30 years’ experience in helping those who are unemployed find and sustain employment.
CSCS was set up to help the construction industry to improve quality and reduce accidents. CSCS exists to meet industry needs and is managed by CSCS Limited whose Directors all come from the Construction Industry.
City & Guilds
City & Guilds creates relevant qualifications that help learners gain the skills employers value. C&G offers 500 highly regarded qualifications in 28 industry areas.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is responsible for welfare and pension policy. It is the biggest public service delivery department in the UK, servicing over 20 million customers. Jobcentre Plus (JCP) is an executive agency of the Department for Work and Pensions. It provides services that support people of working age from welfare into work, and helps employers to fill their vacancies.
The Employment Related Services Association (ERSA) is the trade body for the welfare to work industry. Established in 2005, ERSA exists to help its members achieve their shared goal: to help people achieve sustainable work.
Greenwich Community College aims to meet the educational and training needs of its communities by being an excellent provider where all learners are empowered to realise their aspirations and achieve their goals.
Launched in 1991, Investors in People offers a business improvement tool designed to help all kinds of organisations develop performance through their people. It provides tailored assessments designed to support organisations in planning, implementing and evaluating effective strategies and is relevant for organisations of all sizes and sectors. In April 2010 the UK Commission for Employment and Skills became responsible for the strategic ownership of Investors in People.
Jobcentre Plus is a government-funded employment agency and social security office whose aim it is to help people of working age find employment in the UK. It was formed when the Employment Service merged with the Benefits Agency and was renamed Jobcentre Plus in 2002. It is a part of the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).
The London Development Agency (LDA) is the Mayor of London's agency responsible for driving sustainable economic growth. As part of its commitment to supporting businesses in the capital, the LDA commissions organisations to deliver workforce development programmes on its behalf. In its role as co-financing organisation with the ESF, the LDA funds skills development support for low-skilled and low-paid workers, which also supports employers in creating a motivated and efficient workforce.
NCFE is a national awarding organisation offering over 400 qualifications at different levels and in a wide range of subject areas. NCFE is a registered educational charity and a company limited by guarantee. The company's charitable aim is 'to promote and advance the education and training of young persons and adults'.
Skills Funding Agency
The Skills Funding Agency (SFA) is an agency of the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, and funds and regulates adult further education and skills training in England. The SFA invests £4 billion per year in training programmes for adults to enable people to do their jobs better, get new jobs, or progress in their careers, and to play their part in growing England's economy. The SFA allocates funding to organisations who have discretion over expenditure to meet the needs of local businesses and communities.
South East London Chamber of Commerce
The South East London Chamber of Commerce (the Chamber) exists to promote business between its members and to give assistance to enable them to compete for business both at local, national and international levels.
South London Business
South London Business is an independent, respected organisation that is acknowledged as the lead business representation and support organisation in South London and an effective deliverer of business services and support.
The European Social Fund (ESF) was set up to improve employment opportunities in the European Union and so help raise standards of living. It aims to help people fulfil their potential by giving them better skills and better job prospects.
The ESF is a key part of the Europe 2020 strategy for jobs and smart, sustainable and inclusive growth. It supports the EU's goal of increasing employment by giving unemployed and disadvantaged people the training and support they need to enter jobs. ESF also equips the workforce with the skills needed by business in a competitive global economy.
Mayor of London
The Mayor of London plays a key role in running London. He sets a citywide vision of improvement, develops strategies and policies to realise the vision and provides funding and encouragement to help make it a reality.
The Institute of Leadership and Management is the UK's largest awarding body for leadership and management qualifications. ILM is a trusted partner for successful training of all sizes. ILM's broad unit-based qualifications portfolio offers unrivalled choice and flexibility, to meet different customers' key development needs.
Reed in Partnership
Reed in Partnership exists to change people's lives for the better. Since 1998, they've helped over 115,000 people move from benefits into work. Today Reed in Partnership are one of the largest employment and skills providers in the UK with programmes operating from offices across the country.