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5 top tips for building a great employability programme

 1. Employer engagement A brilliant 16-19 employability programme should start with the end in mind: which jobs are learners intending to get when they complete?

The Foundation for Education Development convenes a national celebration of the 150th Anniversary of State Education

The Foundation for Education Development (@FedEducation) convenes a national celebration of the 150th Anniversary of State Education, with the second of two online webinar events. 

The challenges facing the youth employment arena in the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic

As we begin to emerge from the social and economic chrysalis of lockdown, it is clear that the road to recovery will be long and arduous. There is good reason to believe that, given the crutch of the furlough scheme through the spring and summer, we have not yet seen the full impact the pandemic will have on employment levels. With social distancing restrictions and local lockdowns still a feature of our lives, the retail, hospitality and other service sectors will likely be severely encumbered in their recovery.

Lockdown: Boredom or Freedom?

Studying at Home Over the last 14 weeks our young people and adult learners have been confined to their homes with a hope that they could study online. This has generated a whole spectrum of reactions from heightening existing anxieties to removing worries as staying home feels safe.  

Mental Health: An Alert to the Post-16 Education World

We all have mental health, just as we have physical health.  This will sometimes be good, sometimes poor; sometimes better, sometimes worse. 

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