Our Members

Our members are the governing body of Learning and Work Institute and have a major role in shaping Learning and Work Institute’s agenda.

As a Corporate or Individual member, you are eligible to stand for election to various Learning and Work Institute committees and influence Learning and Work Institute policies and practices. Members also have the opportunity to influence Learning and Work Institute’s strategic direction by engaging with consultations and voting at general meetings.

For more information on becoming a member or renewing your membership, please download the relevant document from the list below:

Please find below a list of our corporate members:

ABCC UK Limited

Agored Cymru – North


Association for Learning Technology

Association of Colleges

Barking and Dagenham College

Bridgend College

Campaign for Learning


CfBT Advice and Guidance

City & Guilds

City Lit

College of Media and Publishing

Co-operative College Trust

CRAC: The Career Development Organisation

Educational Centres Association

Employers’ Forum on Age

Exeter College

Gower College Swansea

Grwp Llandrillo Menai

Harrow College

HMP La Moye

Hull College

Kats Ltd

Kent County Council

Leicester College

Medway Community Learning 

Ministry of Defence (Army)

Morley College


National Extension College

National Youth Agency


Northern College

Oaklands College


One Awards

People Dancing

Redbridge Institute of Adult Education

Research & Practice in Adult Literacy Group

Ruskin College


Solihull College

South Leicestershire College

South Thames College

Swansea University

Telford College of Arts & Technology

The Age & Employment Network

The Learning Centre Bexley

The Open University

The Tutor Pages

Think Global

Thurrock Adult Community College

Universities Association for Lifelong Learning

Universities UK

University of Leeds

University of Leicester

University of Nottingham

University of Wales Institute, Cardiff

University of York

Voice of the Listener & Viewer


WEA Cymru

West Herts College

Westminster Kingsway College