Black Training and Enterprise Group (BTEG)
BTEG plays a unique role by supporting BAME civil society organisations, providing a national voice and promoting equality, inclusion, collaboration and entrepreneurship in BAME communities. BTEG is a respected and resilient organisation and celebrates its 21st anniversary this year.
BTEG contributes to the economic regeneration of BAME communities by building the capacity of local groups so that they can play an active role in improving opportunities for BAME individuals. We have a strong track record in influencing polices, campaigning and lobbying in relation to BAME education, employment and entrepreneurship. We also maintain an interest in increasing the number of young BAME apprentices.
Through our networking and training events we are in dialogue with frontline organisations and a range of agencies including mainstream civil society organisations, government departments, local authorities, companies, the national apprenticeship service and the Equality and Human Rights Commission. BTEG is a member of the Department for Work and Pensions Ethnic Minority Employment Stakeholder Group and the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills Equalities Advisory Group.
Who to contact
Where to go
- 2nd Floor
200a, Pentonville Road
- N1 9JP
- Phone for details.