Welcome to Flashback Friday 19th January, where we take a look back through time at the year:


New framework from Skills for Health supports plans to “transform attitudes” to mental health

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by John Rogers, Chief Executive of Skills for Health


Study Programmes – changing the way we teach: 16 - 19

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by Paul Kessell-Holland, Programme Manager, the Education and Training Foundation (ETF)


How your college can adopt sustainable practices


by Anthony Day, a specialist in environmental and sustainability issues


Handing over the Education and Training Foundation

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by Peter Davies is interim CEO of the Education and Training Foundation


Digital skills on the agenda

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by Richard French, Director of Education Policy, BCS


Apprenticeships: Company-wide insight into the challenges faced by colleges and private training providers

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by David Grailey is the chief executive of NCFE, the qualification awarding body


Cuts to entitlement could harm social mobility

by Lynne Sedgmore is executive director of the 157 Group


Universities and Skills Shadow Minister answers policy questions

by David Evennett is Shadow Minister for Universities and Skills
Toni Fazaeli is chief executive of the Institute for Learning (IfL)


Government urged to focus on re-skilling rather than up-skilling


by FE News Editor

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