A Quiet Word:
Lobbying, Crony Capitalism
and Broken Politics in Britain

The Association of Colleges (AoC) is an organisation representing further education colleges in the UK, with an associated registered charitable trust and a commercial arm, AoC Create. The Association was created in 1996 and provides a broad range of services to its member FE colleges. [1]
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November 2012

  • Maggie Galliers, President, Association of Colleges gave evidence related to ENGINEERING SKILLS on 7 Nov. [13]

April 2012

  • Martin Doel, Chief Executive, Association of Colleges gave evidence related to Apprenticeships on 17 Apr. [14]

January 2012

  • Martin Doel, Chief Executive, Association of Colleges gave evidence related to Amayas Morse on 30 Jan. [15]

May 2011

March 2011

February 2011

  • Martin Doel, Chief Executive, Association of Colleges gave evidence related to Student Visas on 8 Feb. [19]
  • John Mountford, International Director, Association of Colleges gave evidence related to Student Visas on 8 Feb. [19]

November 2010

July 2011

Dept. for Business, Innovation and Skills

May 2011

Dept. for Business, Innovation and Skills
Dept. for Work and Pensions
  • Association of Colleges met with Chris Grayling, Minister for Employment, to discuss Get Britain Working, along with 18 others. [4]

March 2011

Dept. for Business, Innovation and Skills
  • Association of Colleges met with Martin Donnelly, Permanent Secretary, for introductory meeting. [6]
  • Association of Colleges met with David Willetts, Minister of State, to discuss Education, along with 16 others. [5]

January 2011

Dept. for Business, Innovation and Skills
  • Association of Colleges met with John Henry Hayes, Minister of State, for general catch-up. [5]
  • Association of Colleges met with David Willetts, Minister of State, to discuss Higher Education, along with 9 others. [5]
Dept. for Work and Pensions
  • Association of Colleges met with Chris Grayling, Minister for Employment, to discuss skills and training, along with 13 others. [7]

December 2010

Dept. for Education
  • Association of Colleges met with Michael Gove, Secretary of State for Education, to discuss the contribution colleges can make to the Government's 16-19 agenda. [9]

November 2010

Dept. for Business, Innovation and Skills
  • Association of Colleges met with David Willetts, Minister of State, to discuss science and Higher Education, along with 10 others. [8]
Dept. for Education
  • Association of Colleges met with Jonathan Hill, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, to discuss the contribution of colleges to the Government's 16-19 agenda. [9]

October 2010

Dept. for Business, Innovation and Skills
  • Association of Colleges met with David Willetts, Minister of State, to discuss innovation, along with 13 others. [8]

September 2010

Dept. for Business, Innovation and Skills
  • Association of Colleges met with John Henry Hayes, Minister of State, to discuss lifelong learning, along with 15 others. [10]
  • Association of Colleges met with John Henry Hayes, Minister of State, to discuss further education, along with 17 others. [10]
  • Association of Colleges met with John Henry Hayes, Minister of State, for regular meeting. [10]

July 2010

Dept. for Business, Innovation and Skills
  • Association of Colleges met with John Henry Hayes, Minister of State, to discuss Further Education, along with 13 others. [11]
  • Association of Colleges met with John Henry Hayes, Minister of State, to discuss Further Education, along with 12 others. [11]

June 2010

Dept. for Business, Innovation and Skills

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