We currently have over 90 members, these include partner members, as well as full members (training providers), associate and consultant members.
Our partner members are organisations who provide strategic insight or who deliver non-commercial services and add value to our network by collaborating and consulting with our full and associate members.
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Sussex Chamber of Commerce
provides businesses with opportunities needed to develop their employees and the future workforce, to discover new global markets and influence key decision makers within government
University of Sussex
offers a wide range of degree-level courses
Orbit is one of the UK’s foremost housing groups creating thriving communities within a growing portfolio of over 45,000 affordable and social rent homes largely throughout the Midlands, East and South of England. Our Better Days programme supports our customers beyond their residential needs and helps thousands of people every year to find employment, improve their digital and money management skills and enhance their overall wellbeing. Our vision is to lead in building thriving communities, and we believe everyone is entitled to a good quality home that they can afford in a place that they are proud to live.
Sussex Learning Network
is a strategic partnership that works to improve opportunities for young people in Sussex and encourage people to keep learning throughout their lives.
offers a range of courses including GCSEs, ALevels, BTECs, IB, Level 1 courses and skills for life course, in a wide range of subject areas
West Sussex County Council
offers employment and skills initiatives to residents, and supports apprenticeships by employing apprentices and providing advice to businesses, schools & young people
Brighton & Hove City Council
is the Local Authority of the city of Brighton & Hove providing a full range of local government services
provides skills training to Military Veterans and support into employment in the building trades. Our aim is to tackle unemployment amongst those who have kept us safe by offering them a seamless transition to a new career in construction.
Crawley Borough Council
is delivering an ambitious Employment and Skills Plan, seeking to enable residents to access higher value & better quality jobs, working in partnership with providers, businesses & the voluntary sector