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  • Partners

Partnering with us

At TCHC, we believe that working in  partnership  is important  to consistently meeting our customer’s  needs.

We have gained a reputation for our quality of work, our ability to meet challenging targets and our proactive and innovative approach to delivering Government Funded Training Programmes.

We always look to work with best-in-class people and are interested to hear from like-minded organisations that are just as passionate about skills, leadership and learning as we are.

Why partner with us?

  • We have extensive experience in the skills, employability and business support arena
  • We have proven and quality assured systems and processes
  • Innovative approach to project delivery
  • Quick mobilisation of project teams to meet any challenge anywhere
  • Open and transparent processes and partnering opportunities, ensuring our supply chain is maximised throughout.

What do we look for in a partner?

We look for many qualities in our partners but most of all we look for organisations with values and objectives similar to our own.

We are looking for partners who value:

  • Simplicity
  • Exceptional customer service and quality
  • Passionate delivery
  • The use of innovation and technology
  • Personalised products and services
  • Value for money

The Skills Funding Agency (SFA) requires all colleges and other training organisations that sub-contract SFA-funded activity to publish the actual funding paid and retained for each of their sub-contractors in the funding years 2013 to 2014 and 2014 to 2015:

Please click here to see all SFA funding that TCHC has received and sub-contracted through end-to-end delivery to partner organisations between 2013 and July 2015. No payments have been to partners made for sub-contracting SFA funding between August 2015 and July 2016.

TCHC is a signatory to the principles of the ‘Common Accord’ in the Working of Supply Chains in the post-16 Learning & Skills Sector’ and has requested that all its supply chain partners are also signing up to these principles.  Signatories to the Common Accord commit to principles, including that the supply chain seeks to optimise the impact and effectiveness of service delivery to the end user, that TCHC will at all times undertake fair and transparent procurement activities, conduct robust due diligence procedures on potential subcontractors, that funding for learning that is retained by TCHC must be related to the costs of the services provided and that supply chain management activities should align with the principles of best practice in the skills sector.

For partnering opportunities with All Trades Training visit the ATT website