The 157 group was established in March 2006 and consists of
Principals from the better, larger FE Colleges. The purpose of the
group is to articulate the services FE colleges provide to society
and to the economy.
WGC's former principal Ioan Morgan CBE was the first chair of
We are a member of the Mixed Economy Group of colleges
MEG represents further education colleges who have a
significant, established, strategic and developmental role in the
provision of higher education.
WCG is a member of Landex and recognised for providing an
excellent quality provision to land-based learners.
Our membership demonstrates our excellent range and quality of
work to assure rural communities and the land-based industries of
our commitment to the future.
We are a college member of the BFA (British Florist
Association), the industry trade body that supports the floristry
Our apprenticeship training and classroom based skills support
programmes may be part-funded by the European Social Fund which
helps to improve employment opportunities in the European
Representing businesses as part of the national
British Chamber of Commerce (BCC).
The CBI is the UK's premier business organisation, providing a
voice for firms at a regional, national and international
level to policymakers.
Under the Warwickshire, Coventry & Solihull Community
Covenant, organisations across the region are working together
to provide services and assistance to armed forces personnel and
WCG is a Highly Trusted Sponsor of the UK Border Agency.