Our global reach case studies
Trainingindustry.com recently ranked City & Guilds Kineo as the number 1 US elearning company. As well as a head office in Chicago – which also services Canada – City & Guilds Kineo has offices in Phoenix, Boston, New York and Los Angeles.
The Irish Department of Education and Skills directly commissioned City & Guilds to support its initiative to bring thousands of long-term unemployed back into the labour force by delivering MOMENTUM programmes that focus on ensuring people are ready for work.
City & Guilds has a major project underway with Kwara State regional Government to assist with creating a world-class vocational training centre.
City & Guilds has a presence in every further education college in the UK and works with hundreds of employers across the country.
City & Guilds, in partnership with the South Africa Chefs Association, helped to create the National Youth Chefs Training programme – which trains 800 young people per year – to help bolster South Africa’s economy, by providing much-needed skilled chefs to the hospitality and tourism industry.
City & Guilds is supporting a major modernisation of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s Technical and Vocational Education and Training system as part of the Government’s aim to increase participation in vocational education to 400,000 students by 2023 – from 10% to 40%.
In India, City & Guilds operates a joint venture with Manipal Global Education Services. Manipal City & Guilds is committed to training a minimum of 63,000 people over 10 years in construction, hospitality and retail and successfully place at least 70% of those trained into employment.
In 2013, City & Guilds worked with Yayasan Felda to support 50 teachers to complete a City & Guilds teaching qualification. This has led to 1200 people being certified with an English language qualification. City & Guilds has also commissioned the publication of 1000 bespoke books for young learners.
ILM worked with Dubai Aluminium PJSC (DUBAL) – one of the world’s largest aluminium smelters – to develop a structured management development programme, which it delivers through the ILM certified DUBAL training centre. As a result, most of the company’s top-level management has been trained under programmes developed in partnership with ILM.
As a result of City & Guilds Kineo Pacific’s work with Tourism New Zealand, travel agents in 45 countries have completed over 23,000 education and training modules, leading to over 400 travel agents being accredited as ‘100% Pure New Zealand Specialists’