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Education Development International Tackle New Role

"A new organisation assumed the role of running the journalism qualification that sets the standard across the industry.

Not Horsing Around With Training, says Adult Learning Inspectorate

"A Derbyshire training organisation's staff and learners were all delighted when the Adult Learning Inspectorate (ALI) Chief Inspector David Sherlock awarded them five highest grades for service provision.

SkillsActive Launch Consultation to Establish National Sports Training Standards

"SkillsActive, the Sector Skills Council for sport and recreation, last week launched an industry-wide consultation to develop national occupational standards for sports officials in the UK. The profession currently has no centralised governing body in place responsible for the training, education and development of officials "“ these duties are carried out on an individual basis by each sport's National Governing Body (NGB).

Concerns that Single "Mega-Inspectorate" Will Fail Adult Learners, Business and the Nat

"The Adult Learning Inspectorate (ALI) has responded to the proposed merger with Ofsted, calling attention to the problems it would bring and the success of the current system of inspection.

Carillon’s model for construction apprentices

FE News catches up with Ray Wilson, general manager for construction firm Carillon’s training arm, at the Apprenticeships 4 England’s Voice of Apprenticeships conference.

College Wins Award from LSC London Central for Employer Engagement

"Westminster Kingsway College has been awarded Centre of Vocational Excellence (CoVE) Status by the Learning and Skills Council (LSC) London Central. The award on 22nd June recognises the College's contribution in employer engagement and to developing skills amongst public sector workers.

Lambeth - based College Praised by Adult Learning Inspectorate

"The Marine Society College of the Sea (MSCoS) has become the first college in the UK to be awarded a grade 2 for its overall effectiveness by the Adult Learning Inspectorate (ALI).

Quangos Re-considered, by IVA chief Lawrence Miles

David Collins’ recent piece on quangos, For Richer, for Poorer, begs the question that if the Government has to cut spending, would it be best to cut the number of people in LSC, DIUS etc and trust establishments to get on with it? The obvious repost is, that if everyone is like those in Westminster then we cannot trust anyone. However, and this may surprise some politicians, some of us can be trusted to toil unshackled by the bureaucracy of agencies and councils.

Teens Are Taking on Big Business Roles in Bedfordshire

"A group of 25 teenagers, some as young as 14, have been selected to take part in a business management development scheme.

New Inspection Report Praises "Good Work" Across Sector

"Nurseries, childminders and other types of childcare across the country received a fillip with the fulsome praise of an Office for Standards in Education (Ofsted) report.

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