Articles from Association of Colleges (AoC)

ESFA backs down on Adult Education Budget clawback

#AEB #Clawback - @AoC_info have responded to the news that @ESFAgov will allow colleges to make business cases to prevent adult education funding being clawed back

To really level up, government needs to slow down its defunding of qualifications

@AoC_info - To really level up, government needs to slow down its defunding of qualifications  The Association of Colleges, which represents more than 90% of England’s colleges, has today urged the government to reconsider its plan to defund qualifications which are vital for the economic recovery and prosperity of the nation. More time is needed for the new T Levels to become established before any successful existing qualifications can be defunded.

Counting the cost of assessment this year: colleges write to awarding bodies to consider exam fees rebate

Changes to assessment this year may have cost colleges in England an additional £50 million overall according to the Association of Colleges (@AoC_info)

AoC Sport virtual challenges increased participation and student wellbeing during pandemic

AoC Sport is releasing an impact report on Monday 28 June charting the successful shift to online delivery during the pandemic and the various ways AoC Sport supported member colleges.

Vocational training and education changed forever due to the pandemic

A complete return to pre-pandemic TVET policy and practice is unlikely, says a new report by the @AoC_info released today at the @BritishCouncil's international education conference #GoingGlobal2021  The report from the British Council and authored by the Association of Colleges outlines how international technical and vocational education and training (TVET) is innovating and changing as a result of the challenges and opportunities presented by the pandemic. 

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