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Another record breaking month for employment, driven by the self-employed and older workers

Tony Wilson, director of the Institute for Employment Studies (IES)

Labour Market Statistics, July 2019: Another record breaking month, driven by the self-employed and older workers As with the last few months, today’s jobs figures look like a sea of tranquillity.  Employment is up ever so...

Cutting crime and the skills gap: Taking the risks for big rewards in prison education

Sally Alexander - Principal: Milton Keynes College (Prison Services)

Earlier this week, I shared a radio studio with a colleague from HMPPS who was explaining the work of the New Futures Network (NFN), a key driver within the Ministry of Justice’s Education and Employment...

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Tony Wilson, director of the Institute for Employment Studies (IES)

Another record breaking month for employ…

Jul 16, 2019 / FE Voices

Labour Market Statistics, July 2019: Another record breaking month, driven by the self-employed and older workers As with the last few months, today’s jobs figures look like a sea of tranquillity.  Employment is up ever so slightly (setting another record), unemployment down slightly again (ditto) and earnings continuing to grow.  After a...

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Celebrating 10 Years of Dirt School: The…

Jul 11, 2019 / FE Video

Dirt School has been delivering the Borders Academy of Sporting Excellence (BASE) Mountain Biking course in conjunction with Borders College for an incredible ten years now - but not many people will realise the rich history behind the course.  Dirt School, founded by Chris Ball, started the Scottish Downhill...

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School leaders crack down on workload

Education Secretary writes to academy tr…

Jul 17, 2019 / Sector News

School leaders are taking decisive action to reduce teacher workload, according to new research out today (Weds 17 July). In a survey of 836 school leaders and over 1,000 classroom teachers, 94% of leaders reported reducing workload related to marking, compared to 88% at this time last year. More than three-quarters...

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