Meet our Partners

The Black Country Local Enterprise Partnership has been instrumental in ensuring the Centre will deliver provision currently unavailable in the Black Country, helping to drive the region's economic prosperity. The Centre's development will be led by the University of Wolverhampton, in collaboration with a number of recognised partners.

 

 

The Black Country Local Enterprise Partnership has been instrumental in ensuring the Centre will deliver provision currently unavailable in the Black Country, helping to drive the region's economic prosperity. The Centre's development will be led by the University of Wolverhampton, in collaboration with a number of recognised partners.

Find out more at www.blackcountrylep.co.uk 

The University is already halfway to achieving the goal of its five-year Our Vision, Your Opportunity investment generation programme, aiming to generate £250 million by 2020 to enhance the student experience and regenerate the region’s economy through investment in buildings, facilities, teaching, research and skills training.

Fine out more at www.wlv.ac.uk

For more than 150 years, Dudley College of Technology has played a pivotal role in the provision of vocational and technical education in the Dudley borough and wider Black Country.

In 2012, the college successfully completed and opened the first two phases of the Dudley Learning Quarter and in April 2015 opened a specialist centre for Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering Technology. This success has resulted in Ofsted recognising Dudley College as one of the highest performing general further education colleges in the country.

Find out more at www.dudleycol.ac.uk

In-Comm combines 35 years’ experience with a £5m investment drive in its three state-of-the-art academies to deliver 550 apprenticeships and 2,000 upskilling opportunities in continuous improvement, leadership and management, safety and quality compliance.

Find out more about In-Comm www.in-comm.co.uk