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Forging Talent for 140 years – City & Guilds Group

City & Guilds Group purpose is to help people, organisations and economies to develop their skills for growth. This was one that our founders' vision set many years ago and determines our values, beliefs and behaviours today.

This year will be the 140th anniversary of the City and Guilds of London Institute. The Royal Charter and registered charity, City & Guilds Group includes ILM, The Oxford Group, digitalme and Gen2, each that have their own distinct learning focus. All brands collaborate and specialise in filling skills gaps to equip individuals and organisations to change with technical, social and economic trends. The City & Guilds Group brands set the standards for corporate learning, on-the-job development and skills recognition around the world.

The City & Guilds Group, known for its vocational assessment and accreditation, turns 140, from its inception of shaping skilled workforces since 1878.

Setting the standard for professional and technical skills across the world the City & Guilds Group history provides a wealth of experience in developing quality products and services to help people and organisations develop the skills needed to succeed in our future workforce.

Our people make us what we are today as together we build the talent of tomorrow.

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