Articles from City & Guilds

Value at every level: Post-16 review mustn’t look at #qualification levels and type in isolation

Department for Education’s review of Post-16 qualifications at level 3 and below Review of Post-16 qualifications at level 3 and below: Plans to stop funding qualifications not providing the same high-quality education as new #TLevels https://t.co/LpteLEayuy

City & Guilds appoints new Director-General

City & Guilds has appointed Chris Jones, the former Chief Executive Officer of Harcourt Education International, as its new Director-General. He replaces Chris Humphries CBE who left the Group at the end of 2007 to head the newly created UK Commission for Employment and Skills.

Project aims to celebrate the skills gained in different walks of life

What Employer Providers can and can't spend their Apprenticeship Levy on

Bryony Kingsland, UK Funding Manager at City & Guilds shares an overview on what employer providers can and can't spend their Apprenticeship Levy on:

The Apprenticeship levy, the Industrial Strategy and beyond

Skills shortage nation: Finding and recommendations

Apprenticeships are changing, but how much do levy paying employers know?

Paula Gibson, Business Solutions Manager of City & Guilds discusses the key findings from employers following our research.

Connecting the Dots: How digital credentials can bridge UK’s soft skills gap

In a few months, school leavers will be getting their GCSE and A Level results, turning thoughts towards their future careers. Will they continue studying? Or start an apprenticeship? Perhaps some will apply for their first entry-level jobs?

The proof that education really does pay

I was lucky enough to spend the day today with John. An ex-offender, John knew he wanted to turn his life around and was given the opportunity to study for a level 2 barbering qualification whilst in prison. He completed the course and on release managed to get a job in a salon. It was wonderful to see him back at our event after a year, with all the confidence that his new found skills and employment have given him.

A bad week for politics, a good week for prison reform

In a week dominated by the High Court Judgment on parliament’s role in Brexit and the American presidential election, you may have missed the fact that the Government announced an important and long-awaited step forward.

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