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Well the biggest news this week for us internally at FE News, was that we launched the new FE Careers and Apprenticeship Job Search to celebrate our 15th anniversary. Have you checked it out yet?

We have had loads of amazing and positive feedback - which is so great to see and hear, it was a year in the making and a solid 9 month web development. We hope you love it!

Congrats to Daniel Scott who has had the most of amount of views and social shares for a new article on FE News this week with: Maximum expectations against limited support - How can FE teachers and assessors become more digitally capable?

I hope you enjoy FE Soundbite this week... don't forget to check out the new FE Careers and Apprenticeship Job Search!

 

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FE Careers launch Apprenticeship Job Search to help increase the number of Apprenticeship starts
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thumbnail www­.fenews­.co­.uk - To celebrate their 15th Anniversary as a specialist job advertising site in Further Education, Work Based Learning and Employability, FE Careers launched an additional job board for Apprenticeship an…
Maximum expectations against limited support - How can FE teachers and assessors become more digitally capable? #LTbookFE
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thumbnail www­.fenews­.co­.uk - There are a myriad of problems that face tutors in further education (FE), such as the changes in government and your organisation’s policies, right through to the landscape in which learners need, e…
Competitions drive Construction #TeamUK
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thumbnail www­.fenews­.co­.uk - A changing economic landscape and the introduction of new technologies is transforming the construction industry in the UK. The FE sector knows this will have huge implications for skills training an…
UNIVERSITY TECHNICAL COLLEGES – WHAT IS HAPPENING TO PUPIL RECRUITMENT?
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thumbnail www­.fenews­.co­.uk - Ahhh, another new school year has begun. It is a time of great excitement for pupils after returning from their summer holidays and seeing friends again. For teachers, refreshed and recharged, there …
Be guided by what’s dependably, fundamentally certain: Einstein and the CEO
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thumbnail www­.fenews­.co­.uk - Am I alone? I confess any connection between Albert Einstein and the role of a CEO had totally escaped me. But then I heard the boss of a leading UK company say this in an interview on BBC News: "We …
Will an ageing workforce prove beneficial or detrimental to your business?
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thumbnail www­.fenews­.co­.uk - Figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) revealed that the UK’s population reached its largest ever tally at 65.6 million during 2016. The nation’s population isn’t only getting b…
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Apprenticeship Starts and levy statistics: September 2018
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New air quality guidelines will mean expensive changes for schools, colleges and other education providers
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The Engineering Professors’ Council calls for changes to degree apprenticeships
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