The Greater Manchester Learning Provider Network (GMLPN) and the BAME Apprentice Network are pleased to announce their new partnership. Through this partnership both networks aim to continue to promote inclusion and diversity throughout the Further Education sector.
GMLPN is a network of Training Providers within the Greater Manchester area, including Independent Training Providers, Further Education Colleges, Universities and Local Authorities. One of GMLPN’s main priorities is to support their members in delivering high quality vocational skills, including apprenticeships.
“We’re really excited to be entering this partnership with the BAME Apprentice Network! Supporting our members within the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion agenda is something that’s really important to us, so working with the BAME Apprentice Network will definitely add value to that!”
Anne Gornall | Executive Director | GMLPN
You can find out more about GMLPN here.
BAME Apprentice Network
For Apprentices by Apprentices, the BAME Apprentice Network is a Community of Black, Asian, Minority, Ethnic (BAME) Apprentices which aims to change the landscape of apprenticeships, empowering apprentices to develop personally and professionally, as well as championing change within the sector.
The BAME Apprentice Network not only acts as an aid for apprentices but also supports employers on their journey to making a meaningful difference to their Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion policy.
“We’re looking forward to working with GMLPN and the partnership will allow us to support inclusivity in the Further Education sector in Greater Manchester. The BAME Apprentice Network recognises that Learning Provider Networks play an important part in influencing the sector and we’re committed to helping providers embrace diversity and inclusion.”
Kasim Choudhry | Managing Director | BAME Apprenticeship Network
You can find out more about the BAME Apprentice Network and their work here.