Partners and Regulatory Bodies
Formerly associated with London Churchill College as Edexcel, Pearson is the world’s leading learning company. Pearson is the architect behind the Higher National Diploma (HND) programmes that our college has been delivering since 2009.
The matrix Standard
The matrix Standard is the unique quality standard for organisations to assess and measure their advice and support services, which ultimately supports individuals in their choice of career, learning, work, and life goals. London Churchill College has constantly succeeded in meeting the high standards to satisfy the objectives of acquiring matrix Standard.
The OIA is an independent body set up to review student complaints. Free to students, the OIA deals with individual complaints against Higher Education Providers in England and Wales. London Churchill College is subscribed to the OIA to ensure an optimum quality for student experience.
Higher Eduction Statistics Agency
HESA collects a range of data every year UK-wide from universities, higher education colleges and other differently funded providers of higher education to support their work in regulating and funding higher education providers. London Churchill College contributes to HESA’s effort to publish official statistics in many accessible formats for use by a wide range of organisations and individuals for a variety of purposes.
Student Loan Company(SLC)
Student Loan Company(SLC) is a non-profit government-owned organisation that administers loans and grants to students in colleges and universities in the UK. SLC manages the full end-to-end ‘apply, assess, pay and repay’ process for undergraduates in England and Wales. London Churchill College’s students are supported by SLC to process and administer the students’ loans.
AdvanceHE is a consulting organisation dedicated to helping higher education shape its future. As an affiliated member of AdvaneHE, LCC receives support on transformative leadership and management, teaching and learning, equality, diversity and inclusion, and effective governance, including the importance of accreditation of teaching and learning programmes.
Being Disability Confident
Disability Confident organisations play a leading role in changing attitudes for the better. They’re changing behaviour and cultures in their own businesses, networks and communities, and reaping the benefits of inclusive recruitment practices.