Welcome to Flashback Friday 12th January, where we take a look back through time at the year:


Government must do more to make apprenticeships work for business


by Emily Follis, Policy Manager at London Chamber of Commerce and Industry


New year, new job?

Click here to see other articles by Learning and Work

by Stephen Evans, deputy Chief Executive, NIACE


Economic intelligence: The key to successful outcomes

Click here to see other articles by East Durham College

by Suzanne Duncan is principal and chief executive of East Durham College


Will it be Happy New Year for FE?

Click here to see other articles by Nick Isles

by Nick Isles, Deputy Principal, Milton Keynes College


The dilemma of living in the real world

by Andrea Gewessler is director of Change that Matters Ltd


Leadership for a world of freedoms... and austerity

Click here to see other articles by Rob Wye

by Rob Wye, Chief Executive, the Learning and Skills Improvement Service


The FE sector estate – 'back to the future'?

by  John Stone, Chief Executive, LSN


What employers want from Further Education

Click here to see other articles by WorldSkills UK

by Simon Bartley, Chief Executive of UK Skills
Toni Fazaeli is chief executive of the Institute for Learning (IfL)


Government unveils golden hellos for employers training the unemployed



SQA Conveyancing Qualifications

by FE News Editor

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