Partners and Funders

Our funders

Skills Funding Agency

The Skills Funding Agency is an agency of the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) which funds and regulates adult further education and skills training in England.




Education Funding Agency

The Education Funding Agency is an agency of the Department for Education which funds and regulates education for young people from 3 to 19 in England.



HEFCE is the Government agency reponsible for funding Universities and other Higher Education bodies. Kensington and Chelsea College runs a small number of degree-level courses which are either funded directly by HEFCE or in partnership with Universities.



The European Union funds and co-funds some of the College’s programmes – particularly for unemployed people – mainly through the European Social Fund.

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The Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea

The College has a contract to deliver a range of short courses, some of which do not lead to a qualification. The courses are mainly aimed at getting more local local people engaged in improving their skills and knowledge.


Canterbury Christchurch University

Kensington and Chelsea College works in partnership with CCCU to deliver teacher training courses.


London South Bank University

LSBU are a major high education institution in London. The University provides the High Education funding for a range of visual arts and childcare courses.


Association of Employment and Learning Providers

The AELP is the leading trade association for vocational learning and employment providers in Britain, they are funding Kensington and Chelsea College’s SFA ‘Bootcamp’ to support young people into Apprenticeships.


Our partners

Groundwork London

Groundwork work with people and organisations make real changes in order to create better neighbourhoods, to build skills and job prospects and to live and work in a greener way.
Kensington and Chelsea College work with Groundwork to deliver apprenticeships in Horticulture.


Victoria & Albert Museum

The V&A is the world’s leading museum of Art and Design. Kensington and Chelsea College and the V&A have been working together for the past five years, developing bespoke training and apprenticeships for the Cultural Heritage sector.


Jobcentre Plus

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We want to see a society of sustainable communities which are vibrant, healthy and safe, which respect the local and global environment and where individuals and enterprise prosper.




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