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West London College gets top marks from Mayor of London

The Mayor of London has announced West London College as one of the skills providers awarded the Mayor’s Academies Programme (MAP) Quality Mark for construction, green skills and health and social care.

West London College received three Quality Marks for their Green, Health & Social Care and Construction learning provision.

To achieve the Quality Mark, training providers needed to demonstrate their training responds to employers’ needs, raise awareness of their particular sector, ensure that their courses are inclusive and sustainable, and also outline their commitment to helping Londoners into good work.

Jules Pipe, Deputy Mayor for Planning, Regeneration and Skills at City Hall said: “I’d like to congratulate the 25 organisations that have been awarded the Mayor’s Skills Academies Quality Mark. This new accreditation recognises high-quality training that meets the needs of London’s employers and supports Londoners into good jobs. It was great to visit the teams at West London College today who have just been accredited with three Quality Marks to see exactly how they are supporting Londoners to get the skills training they need to succeed.”

Karen Redhead OBE, Principal and CEO at West London College, said: “We are delighted to receive the Mayor’s Academies Programme Quality Mark, recognising our commitment to providing high-quality, employment-focused training. The Quality Mark supports our mission to inspire learning and improve lives through education, training and skills development that supports social and economic success for our students, businesses, and communities across West London.”

West London College has four campuses across the region in Hammersmith & Fulham, Ealing, Park Royal and Southall. Work is underway to refurbish part of the Southall Community College to provide a brand new construction and green skills centre, due to open in early 2023.”

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