About AAL

AAL aims to increase the number of service-users gaining access to education.

We enhance social inclusion by supporting those with ‘lived experience’ to confidently and effectively tell their stories; we approve Training Providers to offer qualifications or accredit their own bespoke training courses. We provide an alternative curriculum to schools.

AAL creates impact by removing silos in education, changing behaviours and attitudes through the Further Education Innovation Committee.   We offer a framework within the People, Culture and Wellbeing Quality Mark supporting organisations to increase employee engagement through health and wellbeing approaches.

A not for profit collaborative organisation, founded in 2017, AAL supports professionals and their organisations to be more impactful through innovation, collaboration and quality management.

Who do we work with?

AAL’s members include education and training providers from adult and community education, offender learning, work based learning and further education colleges.

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