Inspiring young talent with Apprenticeship schemes and job opportunities Wendy Garrett is the Learning and Development Advisor at Liberty Living. Here she expands on her experience of working with Liberty Living to arrange their apprenticeship schemes, which makes her a great source to help inspire others to pick the right career path for them:
The Tes FE Awards 2018 are now open for entries. The awards are in partnership with the Education and Training Foundation to showcases expertise in the sector. Skills and Apprenticeships Minister Anne Milton said the awards are “a great way to recognise the sector’s top talent and give them the credit they deserve”.
1 in 5 office based employees are considering leaving their jobs to become their own boss in a more hands industry. And why not, according to City & Guilds Hairdressing is the second happiest occupation, can this be that more than 75,000 of them are their own boss?
Colleges and sixth forms will be helped to deliver the reforms needed to increase the training and education age to 18 by a £7 billion transfer to local authorities. The Government will also direct £4 billion annually to a new agency to improve skills and training for adults. The move will result in the dissolution of the Learning and Skills Council (LSC) by 2010, and place responsibility on local authorities to offer all young people in their area a full range of qualifications.