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Articles from Tom Bewick

Ensuring qualifications alignment with the needs on the ground

@TomBewick, chief executive, Federation of Awarding Bodies (@AwardingBodies ) Keynote speech to the Westminster Education Forum (@WeFEvents), 30 June 2021 

Does FE have a blind spot when it comes to talking about the attainment gap amongst the white working class?

It’s time for FE to have a proper conversation about white working class students falling behind, argues @TomBewick  The further education sector has a blind spot when it comes to talking about the attainment gap amongst the white working class.

What is so distinctive about the English apprenticeship programme?

@TomBewick talks to the International Network of Innovative Apprenticeships (INAP) hosted by the Urban Institute, Washington D.C.  Thanks for inviting me to this international seminar today.

Five questions that the FE White paper struggles to answer

When the Skills for Jobs white paper finally arrived in January this year, it was met with a generally positive welcome from the sector.

Apprenticeship policy in England ‘requires improvement’

Hundreds of delegates recently attended the Future of Apprenticeships #FoA2020 online conference, produced by #SkillsWorldLive for the Federation of @AwardingBodies. Tom Bewick reflects on the day and argues that more impetus is needed to recalibrate England’s apprenticeship model: 

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