It is vital that apprenticeships are associated with quality
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Designing Online Enrolment Processes for Generation Like
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An Apprenticeship Guarantee: Is it the new English answer?
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Colleges, Coronavirus and Communication
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Should you be using furlough to consider a career change?
The coronavirus pandemic has shocked the world of work: from...

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The Dawn of FE’s Digital Age?
In just a few months, the FE landscape has changed beyond re...

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Developing Apprentices' Wellbeing
The difficult times we face mean that HR professionals worki...

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Designing Online Enrolment Processes for Generation Like
An Apprenticeship Guarantee: Is it the new English...
Colleges, Coronavirus and Communication
Should you be using furlough to consider a...
The Dawn of FE’s Digital Age?
Developing Apprentices' Wellbeing
Coronavirus has accelerated demand to improve the global...

FE Voices

Preparing for the new normal a sector wide viewpoint Episode 28: #SkillsWorldLIVE

Tonight's guests include: Extended interview with Gillian Keegan - Apprenticeship and Skills Minister | Anthony Impey, Founder & Non-Executive Director at Optimity & Chair of Big Ideas Group at FSB | Elizabeth Taylor, Chief Executive of ERSA | Paul...

Sally Dicketts, Chief Executive of Activate Learning, is announced as the next AoC President

Sally Dicketts

Association of Colleges has announced Sally Dicketts, Chief Executive of Activate Learning, as its next President. She will take up the role on 1 August 2020.  Sally Dicketts, who has worked in further education since 1985...

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Gillian Keegan, Minister for Skills and Apprenticeships in England.

It is vital that apprenticeships are ass…

Jun 06, 2020 / Featured Article

On Wednesday's daily Government briefing, referring to the impact the COVID-19 crisis could have on youth unemployment, Prime Minister @BorisJohnson said:  "For young people in particular, for whom the risk is highest of losing jobs, I think it's going to be vital that we guarantee apprenticeships" What's your reaction to what Boris Johnson said...

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Preparing for the new normal a sector wi…

Jun 05, 2020 / Podcasts

Tonight's guests include: Extended interview with Gillian Keegan - Apprenticeship and Skills Minister | Anthony Impey, Founder & Non-Executive Director at Optimity & Chair of Big Ideas Group at FSB | Elizabeth Taylor, Chief Executive of ERSA | Paul Sissons, Reader in Employment Studies at Coventry University | Dexter Hutchings, Co-founder of The Apprentice Voice...

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Sector News

Education Committee inquiry launch: The …

Jun 06, 2020 / Sector News

Impact of COVID-19 on education and children’s services: Education Committee to hold session on cancelled exams and the calculated grades system  – Wednesday 10th June at 9.30am The Education Committee is holding an oral evidence session to consider the impact of exam cancellations and the fairness of the calculated grades system. The Committee will take...

Home Learning

1851 TRUST, INEOS TEAM UK'S OFFICIAL CHARITY, LAUNCH ONLINE LEARNING PLATFORM TO HELP CHILDREN GETTING BACK TO SCHOOL

1851 TRUST, INEOS TEAM UK'S OFFICIAL CHA…

Jun 03, 2020 / Home Learning

@1851Trust, @TeamINEOS UK’s official charity, launch new online #STEM education platform to further support remote learning as summer term begins  The 1851 Trust has launched the Pupil Portal on STEM Crew, supported by INEOS, giving young people direct access to their STEM learning resources, based on INEOS TEAM UK’s America’s Cup challenge, so that no...

Matt Waddup, Head of policy and campaigns at the University and College Union (UCU)

 

Talking to  FE News at this year's Labour Party Conference, Matt Waddup, Head of policy and campaigns at the University and College Union (UCU) shares his thoughts on the Lifelong Learning Commission and where its priorities should lie, and Douglas Chalmers, President at UCU summarises the 3 key points raised by the recent Lifelong Learning Commission's interim report.

Why do we need a Lifelong Learning Commission?

Matt Waddup, Head of policy and campaigns at the University and College Union (UCU)

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