London Training and Employment Network (LTEN) works in partnership with a wide variety of organisations to help achieve its aims. We are presently working in partnership with a number of organisations to develop new programmes, see 'Current Programmes' page.
We also work closely with others to design and deliver innovative, cost effective new projects and form strategic partnerships that help the sustainability of organisations working towards economic and social inclusion.
For support from LTEN please go to our membership page which details the support we give and access our membership form
Current strategic partnership:
London Employment Skills Policy Network (LESPN) led by LVSC the LESPN provides a collective policy voice for voluntary and community sector groups doing employment and skills work in London. It also provides a forum for groups to share intelligence and best practice, through meetings and through their monthly e-bulletin with news about new programmes, funding streams and opportunities for collaborative working, it gives policy briefings and summaries and ensures that our views are communicated to key statutory agencies and boards.
Islington Strategic Partnership for Employment led by Islington Council and represent employment support providers in the borough drawn from Islington based organisations that have an established reputation for providing excellent employment support, or are committed to improving local employment provision.
Mission: To work better together to create an integrated programme of employment support that helps people into work across the borough.
Islington Refugee Forum (IRF): is a refugee led, independent organisation. A voice for the community and aims to improve the good quality of & well being of Islington refugee communities. Forums are held regularly by bringing together refugee community organisations, service providers and statutory bodies to promote dialogue and partnership and share experiences and best practice.