AoC's David Hughes Discusses Brexit and GCSE's
 
We catch up with David Hughes, Chief Executive of the Association of Colleges at the AoC Annual conference.
 
We recorded a podcast with David where we chatted about the implications of Brexit and how this could affect Further Education. He also discusses community learning, working in partnership with DfE.
 
David finishes up with chatting about GCSE English and Maths retakes and Functional Skills
 
Please click on the podcast below to hear what David has to say:
www.fenews.co.uk catch up with David Hughes, Chief Executive of the Association of Colleges at the AoC Annual conference.

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