Our partners and sponsors

We can’t run Festival of Learning without our partners.

Our partners and sponsors support the campaign in many ways, including through the awards process, hosting events and helping spread the word!

Our sponsors

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NOCN Group is a market-leading international Awarding Organisation (AO) specialising in regulated UK and international qualifications, End Point Assessment, Access to Higher Education, assured short courses, SMART job cards, assessment services, consultancy, and research. We are a progressive educational charity and are trusted by employers, training providers and learners to provide a high quality and flexible service.


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Skills and Education Group

Skills and Education Group is a membership body for skills providers and colleges with a history dating back over 100 years. We provide high-quality support to the further education and skills sector, and are dedicated to the advancement of skills and education to improve the lives of individuals.


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Education and Training Foundation

The Education and Training Foundation (ETF) is the expert body for professional development and standards in Further Education (FE) and Training in England. Its role is to design, develop and deliver professional learning and development for teachers, leaders and trainers to support government policy and meet sector needs.


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City Lit

At City Lit we are proud to bring people together to enrich lives through learning. We offer thousands of short courses both online and in-person for adults in performing and visual arts, languages, humanities and specialist education in deaf education and speech therapy. Find out more at www.citylit.ac.uk


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Ufi VocTech Trust

When people thrive in work, everybody benefits, so at Ufi we champion the power of technology to improve skills for work and deliver better outcomes for all. We do this by providing investment, grant funding, advocacy and support for the development and deployment of vocational technology across all parts of the UK skills system. We have a particular role in unlocking potential in the communities, sectors, skill levels and places currently underserved by mainstream provision, helping ensure everyone is included and no one is left behind. Find out more at ufi.co.uk