Welcome to The Greater Manchester Learning Provider Network
Established in 2001, the Greater Manchester Learning Provider Network (GMLPN) is a network of over 115 members including, Independent Training Providers, FE Colleges, Community Voluntary Organisations, Universities and key suppliers and other stakeholders.
The Greater Manchester Learning Provider Network is one of the largest provider networks in the country.
GMLPN work alongside key partners including; Greater Manchester Combined Authority, Job Centre Plus, Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, Greater Manchester Colleges Group and Local Authorities to achieve an ever closer alignment between the needs of employers, individuals, communities and the suppliers of skills.
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This year in particular has been the most turbulent and challenging for all, which we continue to work through. GMLPN have been supportive helping providers to connect, develop, share best practice and align national and regional skills priorities allowing providers to response and build a resilience not only as network but a sector.
The team at GMLPN have responded to the needs of local providers during these difficult times by delivering IAG and support sessions to help us meet the challenges we face. The team right the way through from top to bottom are always available to speak with and Fir Tree CIC feel part of a wider family as a member of GMLPN.
The Board of the Greater Manchester Learning Provider Network has appointed a new Executive Director
The Board of the Greater Manchester Learning Provider Network is delighted to announce the appointment of Julie Lappin as the new Executive Director. Julie will assume her role at the helm of GMLPN beginning January 2024. Mark Currie, Chair of the GMLPN Board said:...
Established in 2001, the Greater Manchester Learning Provider Network (GMLPN) is a network of over 100 members including, Independent Training Providers, FE Colleges, Community Voluntary Organisations, Universities, key suppliers, and other stakeholders. GMLPN work...
Halima Ahmed, a Lecturer B in the Maths Department at Bolton College, has been an active participant in the Multiply Provider Support Programme (PSP) through the fully funded Multiply scheme. Throughout her engagement, she has delved into various PSP sessions,...
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