Birmingham’s Colleges Excluded From Apprenticeship Funding

by Liam Byrne | 28.03.17 | in: Press Release

Birmingham MPs have sent a letter to Robert Halfon MP arguing against the exclusion of Birmingham’s colleges from the register of approved training providers.

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