Established in 1998, to enhance collaborative activity between Further Education (FE) Colleges in Lancashire, we are a not for profit company limited by guarantee.

Our activities are overseen by a Board of Directors comprising the Principal and Chief Executive of each member college, supported by a small executive team. Member colleges include General Further Education Colleges, Sixth Form Colleges and a specialist land-based, science, engineering and sports college, reflecting the diversity of the college sector as a whole.

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Our Member Colleges

Blackpool and The Fylde College logo
Blackpool Sixth Form College logo
Burnley College logo
Cardinal Newman College logo
Lancaster and Morecambe College logo
Myerscough College logo
Preston College logo
Runshaw College
West Lancashire College logo

Our projects

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Lancashire SDF Project

Lancashire’s Strategic Development Fund (SDF) pilot is supporting Lancashire’s FE and Sixth Form colleges and local employers to work together to create a skilled workforce for a future low – zero carbon economy.

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STELa Supporting Technical Education in Lancashire

The Supporting Technical Education in Lancashire (STELa) project is supporting Lancashire’s SMEs to overcome the barriers to providing industrial or other work placements to Lancashire’s students.

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FE Professional Development

The FE Professional Development project has brought together teaching staff from across the colleges to work together to develop their Level 4/5 subject and pedagogic content knowledge helping to improve the quality of technical and professional curriculum design, teaching, learning and assessment.

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Speak to one of the TLC team today

For more information about our current and/or future projects please get in touch by calling 01772 225128 or emailing us

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