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Partners and working with Walsall College

Walsall College is committed to working in partnership with a varied range of market leading organisations. 

These strategic partnerships provide our students with opportunities to work in state of the art environments and with market leading technology. This customer focused philosophy makes our students more commercially astute and aware of the very latest industry developments – leaving them an all the more employable individual.

Our partner organisations receive high quality professional training and development from Walsall College while giving back to their industries through the nurture and direction of tomorrow’s leading industry professionals.

Working with subcontractors

Walsall College works with a limited number of training providers on a subcontracted basis.

If you wish to be considered for any subcontracted opportunities please fill in the Pre-Qualification Form.

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Walsall College Statement of Compliance - Modern Slavery and the Supply Chain

Our Business Model

Walsall College is uniquely and proudly vocational. Our greatest passion is unleashing the potential of individuals, communities and businesses; our greatest legacy is the talent of our learners: skilled, professional and enterprising.

In compliance with the Modern Slavery Act 2015, Walsall College offers the following statement regarding its efforts to prevent slavery and human trafficking in its supply chain.

Policies and Training relating to Modern Slavery within the whole organisation

Walsall College is committed to social and environmental responsibility and has zero tolerance for slavery and human trafficking. We hold ourselves and our supply chain accountable and we fully comply with the provisions of the Modern Slavery Act 2015.

We recognise that modern slavery is a complex supply chain issue, and we work in partnership with our Customers, Suppliers, and other organisations to help develop long-term solutions to this issue.

Supply Chain Management

We internally review our supply chain to evaluate human trafficking risks and slavery risks and we conduct supplier audits which review all aspects of the supply chain including safety, human trafficking, child labour and other legal requirements. 

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