Articles from Richard Marsh

Apprenticeship funding for non-levy payers (in England): Is the solution 1990...?

One of the last unresolved areas policy areas within the current Apprenticeship reform is that of long-term funding for non-Levy payers (SMEs for short hand).

Apprenticeship Economics: A new public-private education investment partnership

The latest DfE Apprenticeship stats show that over 15,000 employers have now activated their Apprenticeship levy; that’s c75% of levy payers. Understandably it those with the largest levies that have been quickest to take action, of those with a ‘substantial’(£100k+) levy 90% have activated their account.

There’s a hole in my bucket... Continuing Apprenticeship reforms

Last week in Birmingham a new package of Levy reforms were announced….

Apprenticeships: How will cutting rates improve quality?

Fully realising the benefits of apprenticeships

A Year of Tipping Points for Apprenticeships

Apprenticeships - what’s new for 2018/19?

Electrical Installation Lecturer

Protocol are working with one of the largest colleges based in the North West of England and are looking to recruit an exceptional Electrica...

Salary : Up to £28000 per annum


Maths Lecturer

Permanent, Full Time, Maths Lecturer required to work within a fantastic FE College based in Cheshire!

Salary : Up to £25000 per annum


Built Environment/ Surveying Lecturer

Protocol are working with an FE College based in Shropshire and are looking to recruit a specialist Built Environment/Surveying Lecturer to ...

Salary : Up to £20 per hour + Plus Statutory Holiday Pay


Pastoral Support Tutor

We are working with a college of further education based in Stockport that offers qualifications up to degree level as well as bespoke vocat...

Salary : Up to £16 per hour + Plus Statutory Holiday Pay


A level Sociology Lecturer - Long Term, Top Sixth Form College

A fantastic opportunity is available at a top sixth form college based in Leicestershire.

Salary : Up to £20 per hour + Plus Statutory Holiday Pay