The World Federation of Colleges and Polythecnis (WFCP) is an international network of colleges and associations of colleges. The WFCP shares leading-edge education strategies and best practice institute leadership to increase workforce education across the globe.
The WFCP is a unifying voice inﬂuencing the development of global TVET policy and promoting the innovative programmes of its members across the world.
Members of WFCP cover all continents, with active membership from Canada, the United States, Chile, the United Kingdom, China, Brazil, the Basque Country, Australia, New Zealand and several African countries.
Tknika is a centre promoted by the Deputy Ministry of Vocational Education and Training of the Education Department of the Basque Government.
Innovation and applied research are at the core of Tknika in its ongoing efforts to place Basque Vocational Training at the European forefront. Tknika is modelled after some of the world’s most advanced vocational training centres.
Through networking and direct involvement by the Basque Vocational Training teaching staff, the Centre develops innovative projects in the areas of technology, education and management.
At the heart of every community should be a thriving college, supporting students, delivering skills, transforming communities, promoting social justice, working with employers, and growing the economy.
The Association of Colleges is the national voice for further education, sixth form, tertiary and specialist colleges in England. It is a not-for-proﬁt membership organisation established in 1996 by colleges, for colleges. Its members make up almost 95% of the sector - transforming 2.2million lives each year.
Acting as the collective voice, it represents and promotes the interests of colleges, and provides its members with high-quality professional support services, including training, events, and recruitment.