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Unit4 Strengthens Higher Education Leadership Team
Unit4, a world leader in Student Management systems for Higher Education, announces two senior appointments...
TEENAGERS CALL FOR COMPULSORY WORK EXPERIENCE
Compulsory work experience should be put back on the school curriculum say 14-19 year olds. In...
Elior UK to transform food and drink at University of Roehampton in five-year contract
Food and drink outlets at both University of Roehampton sites are set for a total...
Government review into ethnic minority progression in the workplace
Results will assess progress made by employers on recommendations in the independent McGregor-Smith Review. The government has...
Cultivating girl culture in agriculture
The NC Agriculture course at Borders College is enjoying a ‘bumper’ year for gender equality,...
Unit4 Strengthens Higher Education Leadership Team
Unit4 Strengthens Higher Education Leadership ...
TEENAGERS CALL FOR  COMPULSORY WORK EXPERIENCE
TEENAGERS CALL FOR COMPULSORY WORK EXPERIENCE...
Elior UK to transform food and drink at University of Roehampton in five-year contract
Elior UK to transform food and drink at Univer...
Government review into ethnic minority progression in the workplace
Government review into ethnic minority progres...
Cultivating girl culture in agriculture
Cultivating girl culture in agriculture

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Ted Saludes, Senior Vice President for Global Higher Education, unit4

Unit4 Strengthens Higher Education Leade…

Feb 21, 2018 / Executive Appointments

Unit4, a world leader in Student Management systems for Higher Education, announces two senior appointments to lead its global Higher Education business. Ted Saludes joins as Senior Vice President for...

TEENAGERS CALL FOR COMPULSORY WORK EXPE…

Feb 21, 2018 / Sector News

Compulsory work experience should be put back on the school curriculum say 14-19 year olds. In a survey of over 1000 teenagers carried out by the Career Colleges Trust, the overwhelming...

Elior UK to transform food and drink at …

Feb 21, 2018 / Sector News

Food and drink outlets at both University of Roehampton sites are set for a total refresh after the university awarded leading contract caterer Elior UK a five-year catering contract. As part...

Baroness McGregor-Smith

Government review into ethnic minority p…

Feb 21, 2018 / Sector News

Results will assess progress made by employers on recommendations in the independent McGregor-Smith Review. The government has today (21 February 2018) commissioned research into what steps employers have taken to remove barriers...

Kaitlyn Bain, Zoe Tabois, and Maria Bennett

Cultivating girl culture in agriculture

Feb 21, 2018 / Sector News

The NC Agriculture course at Borders College is enjoying a ‘bumper’ year for gender equality, with a remarkable 35% of its current students being female (5 in a group of...

SET successfully launches Corporate Part…

Feb 20, 2018 / Sector News

Since the Society for Education and Training (SET) introduced Corporate Partner status in May 2017, 15 colleges have already signed up for the status which serves as a badge of...

Gill Coldicott, Head of Stourbridge College and Mike Turner, Corstorphine + Wright’s Technical Director

Architects pledge career support for St…

Feb 20, 2018 / Sector News

Stourbridge College have launched their new built environment facility by establishing a partnership with leading national architectural practice Corstorphine + Wright. Over the last two years, Corstorphine + Wright have provided...

Let’s Get Digital: New initiative from n…

Feb 20, 2018 / Sector News

Flagship schemes with Google and Microsoft aim to help schools make of the most of their existing investments and supercharge their approach to technology The London Grid for Learning (LGfL) is...

70% of Companies Claim: Future Employees…

Feb 20, 2018 / Sector News

Responses retrieved from more than 300 organisations in a CBI/Pearson Education and Skills Survey (2017) reveals employers drawn from all sectors of the economy are unsatisfied with graduate applicants’ lack...

5 of the Biggest Risks for Health and Sa…

Feb 20, 2018 / Sector News

OSHCR, Occupational Safety and Health Consultants Register warn UK businesses of 5 risks in 2018 that could damage their workforce and business. #1 AI Introduction The introduction of automated intelligence in...

Rachel Rennie

College paves way for Hawick student’s E…

Feb 20, 2018 / Sector News

Young Hawick woman Rachel Rennie, who has recently embarked upon 5 months of study in Valencia, Spain as part of her university degree, credits her time at Borders College as integral to...

Announcing the Dropbox Foundation

Feb 20, 2018 / Sector News

For the past 10 years, we’ve seen the impact our products can have when they free up our time to focus on work that truly matters. Medical researchers share data...

Apprenticeship Levy - Use it or lose it

Feb 20, 2018 / Sector News

With the upcoming deadline for the apprenticeship levy for the first year, don’t lose out. Use your levy to grow your talent, for your business. If you have a payroll of...

Prime Minister Theresa May

PM: The right education for everyone

Feb 19, 2018 / Sector News

Prime Minister Theresa May speaks at Derby College as she launches a review of post-18 education and funding.  I took my very first steps into elected politics as a local councillor, in...

Bernie walks for apprentices in need

Feb 19, 2018 / Sector News

‘Do you ever stop to wonder how we take a lot of things for granted? Having a home? Enough food to eat? Clothes to wear?’ These were the question Bernard...

Success for Pendleton Performing Arts!

Feb 19, 2018 / Sector News

Three Pendleton Sixth Form College students are accepted into the Guildford School of Acting, one of the most highly regarded theatre schools in the UK. Lucca Chadwick-Patel, Owen Bolton and Zachariah...

Pendleton Sixth Form College science tea…

Feb 19, 2018 / Awards

Christopher Holgate, Curriculum Leader for Science and Engineering at Pendleton Sixth Form College, has been awarded a ‘Certificate of Distinction’ as part of the ‘Teacher Hero Awards, 2017-18’ presented by...

Ofsted Chief Taking Part in First Inter…

Feb 19, 2018 / Sector News

The Ofsted Chief Inspector Amanda Spielman will be quizzed by teachers and an education leader at an innovative international festival for education professionals being held in Suffolk. The head of Ofsted...

Trainee chefs qualify for national compe…

Feb 19, 2018 / Sector News

THREE young aspiring chefs have made it through to the final of the Country Range Student Chef Challenge, which will take place in London on 7 March at the UK’s...

Budding engineers go green in race to le…

Feb 19, 2018 / Sector News

Creative pupils at a Tyneside school harnessed the power of green energy as part of a learning programme to ignite their interest in science and technology. Year 4 and year 6...

TEDxSurreyUniversity

Ben Chai announced as an official speake…

Feb 19, 2018 / Sector News

Ben Chai has just been announced as Surrey University’s second “Be” speaker for their TEDx event on March 3rd. The initiative of the TEDx program is “ideas worth spreading” and...

University workshops delight performing …

Feb 19, 2018 / Sector News

Clarendon Sixth Form College had two special visitors from University Campus Oldham (UCO) earlier this week. Tray Wilson and Jodean Sumner, lecturers in performance theatre at UCO, delivered workshops on different...

David Kitchen is Managing Director of The Leadership Team, a specialist growth consultancy for the FE sector.

Who wants to buy a training provider?

Feb 19, 2018 / Sector News

Business Sense by The Leadership Team. People are giving up, letting their businesses go, getting out of the sector, fed up with the bureaucracy and the constant change in funding rules. So...

Hansraj College students

GREAT Britain Debate 2018: Hansraj Colle…

Feb 19, 2018 / Sector News

The GREAT Britain Debate competition celebrates India and the UK’s traditional passion for vibrant discussion and debate.  The British High Commission New Delhi’s much acclaimed annual debate competition GREAT Britain Debate took...

John de Pury, Assistant Director, Universities UK

Understanding student suicide

Feb 19, 2018 / Sector News

Every student suicide is tragic, devastating for family and friends and with profound and far-reaching impacts across wider communities of students and staff. It is hard to imagine anything more...

ERSA Employability Awards 2018 open toda…

Feb 16, 2018 / Sector News

Today marks the official opening of the sixth annual Employment Related Services Association (ERSA) Employability Awards sponsored by Clarion Futures. Entries are now open to individuals, organisations and businesses that...

Cardiff and Vale College students win se…

Feb 16, 2018 / Sector News

Students from Cardiff and Vale College have won a gold, three silver and three bronze medals in the Skills Competition Wales IT finals. The learners were competing against students from across...

External quality assurance of end-point …

Feb 16, 2018 / Sector News

Ofqual have today (16 Feb) updated their information about the status of apprenticeship end-point assessments (EPAs) where Ofqual has been asked to provide external quality assurance. Apprenticeship trailblazers can choose to approach...

Education Committee to hear from vice-ch…

Feb 15, 2018 / Sector News

On Wednesday 21 February at 9.30am The Education Committee will hear from university vice-chancellors as part of the value for money in higher education inquiry. The vice-chancellors are expected to be questioned...

Murdoch University partners with FutureL…

Feb 15, 2018 / Sector News

Murdoch University is among the first tertiary educators in the world to pioneer full digital delivery of degree courses through global social learning platform, FutureLearn. Through the partnership, the University will...

Metro mayors boost BAME apprenticeships …

Feb 15, 2018 / Sector News

Five of the UK's metro mayors have committed to increasing the number of apprentices from ethnic minority backgrounds.   The Five Cities Project was launched a few weeks ago by the Department for Education...

Lord Sainsbury opens the National Techni…

Feb 15, 2018 / Sector News

Lord Sainsbury was a special guest at the opening ceremony of the National Technician Development Centre for Higher Education which took place at the University of Sheffield on Tuesday 13...

Peter Marples, Group Chief Operating Officer, 3aaa Apprenticeships

5 Levy Employer Observations in 2018 so …

Feb 15, 2018 / Sector News

Peter Marples, Group Chief Operating Officer at 3aaa Apprenticeships has notice five common observations from talking to his Levy clients over the past 2 months and here is what he...

Education system failing to properly pre…

Feb 15, 2018 / Sector News

The inability of chemistry to recruit new STEM students is a crisis for the industry according to more than a third (36%) of 180+ chemistry professionals from academia and industry...

B&FC Principal receives OBE at Bucki…

Feb 15, 2018 / Sector News

Blackpool and The Fylde College (B&FC) Principal and Chief Executive Bev Robinson has visited Buckingham Palace for an investiture ceremony where she received her OBE for Services to Further Education. Bev...

West Suffolk College Students Face Chari…

Feb 15, 2018 / Sector News

A group of Business and Retail students at West Suffolk College are staging a takeover of six charity shops in Bury St Edmunds with the aim of bringing in more...

B&FC welcomes Secretary of State for…

Feb 15, 2018 / Sector News

Blackpool and The Fylde College (B&FC) was delighted to welcome the Secretary of State for Education for a wide-ranging discussion on post 16 education and training and a tour of...

The APPG for Youth Employment

THOSE FURTHEST FROM THE LABOUR MARKET

Feb 15, 2018 / Sector News

Late last year the All Party Parliamentary Group for Youth Employment launched an inquiry into best practice that helps young people furthest from the labour market into employment. The inquiry received...

Education Secretary Damian Hinds

Education Secretary tours the Midlands a…

Feb 15, 2018 / FE Video

Damian Hinds sees first hand how the right support can transform the lives of children and young people. Education Secretary Damian Hinds has met teachers, children, young people, parents and social workers...

Good vocational qualifications are neede…

Feb 14, 2018 / Sector News

Young people need high quality vocational qualifications, but the Government’s T-level plans are flawed according to the National Education Union (NEU). In its submission to the Department for Education’s consultation on...

UTC Swindon celebrates best Sixth Form p…

Feb 14, 2018 / Sector News

Sixth Form students’ hard work and success reflected in post-school destinations Swindon, 13th February 2018 - UTC Swindon Sixth Form students are celebrating after achieving the highest Progress 8 score of...

Uxbridge College A Levels best ‘Value Ad…

Feb 14, 2018 / Sector News

Uxbridge College is the best college in London for ‘Value Added’ at A Level - as well as being one of the best colleges in the UK, according to new...

Student Mark Gilbert puts his skills to the test at JCB’s Dove Engineering Centre

NEW APPRENTICE CENTRE CAN PLAY LEAD ROLE…

Feb 14, 2018 / Sector News

A UNIQUE hi-tech training facility is expected to play a key role in bridging a skills gap within the engineering industry. The £1.2 million Dove Engineering Centre delivers top-quality apprenticeship training...

Country Range Student Chef Challenge Fin…

Feb 14, 2018 / Sector News

Following the completion of three highly-competitive semi-final heats where student chefs were tasked with cooking a three-course, three-cover menu around the theme of ‘Around the World in Three Spices’, ten...

Henley College Wasps AASE celebrated 150…

Feb 14, 2018 / Sector News

Jon Pendlebury, Wasps AASE Rugby Academy Manager is pictured here presenting a commemorative shirt to Satwant Deol, Chief Executive and Principal of The Henley College, and Rugby Coach Martin Unsworth. Mrs...

Volunteering Fair Gives College Students…

Feb 14, 2018 / Sector News

Community Waltham Forest teamed up with Waltham Forest College to organise a Volunteering Fair for students and local residents. The fair took place at the College on 08 February and was...

Hadlow Group: an "organisation that…

Feb 14, 2018 / Sector News

Independent research, undertaken in November 2017, indicates that the Hadlow Group contributes just under £48m per annum to the economies of Kent and Medway, and generates £1.99 for every £1...

Ofqual's response to government's T-leve…

Feb 14, 2018 / Sector News

Ofqual welcomes the government's vision to transform the technical education system with the implementation of T-level programmes in their official response released today (14 Feb).  Ofqual's response to the government's consultation on...

Scholarships -- Can You Graduate With Ze…

Feb 13, 2018 / Sector News

Struggling students, strapped for cash, are set to benefit from a mobile app which helps them find scholarship funding. Cash-poor students who are fearful about leaving University saddled with crippling debts...

OTD celebrates 10 years of global traini…

Feb 13, 2018 / Sector News

A pioneering Birmingham-based training business is celebrating a decade of international acclaim by flying a team of UK coaches to their latest assignment in Singapore. OTD will embark upon the delivery...

DBC delighted to be announced as finalis…

Feb 13, 2018 / Awards

East Midlands based DBC Training is delighted to announce they have been shortlisted for the prestigious ‘Business and Administration Apprenticeship Provider of the Year’ Award for the inaugural AAC Apprenticeship Awards.   Making...

Coleg Gwent Scoops Five Medals at Motor …

Feb 13, 2018 / Sector News

Students at Coleg Gwent took five medals at the recent Skills Competition Wales Motor Vehicle finals, which were hosted at City of Newport Campus. Skills Competition Wales consists of 30 local...

Apply to become an external advisor to O…

Feb 13, 2018 / Sector News

Ofqual published the following guidance on how to Apply to become an external advisor to Ofqual Find out about how we use external experts, how we oversee them and apply to become one.  How...

£10 million for Knowledge Transfer Partn…

Feb 13, 2018 / Sector News

Game-changing ideas for products and services: apply for funding. Businesses can apply for a share of up to £15 million to develop novel products and services, and a further £10 million...

Giving students the skills they need for…

Feb 13, 2018 / Sector News

UK/ Egyptian workshop on Higher Education gathers university leaders from across Egypt. On 11 February leaders of universities across Egypt were invited to a workshop at the British Embassy in Cairo to...

Measures announced to ensure talented tr…

Feb 13, 2018 / Sector News

Changes to professional skills tests will make sure the best and brightest can pursue a career in teaching. Aspiring teachers across the country are set to benefit from a number of changes...

Millie Birch from Wakefield

Race against time for Millie’s spine ope…

Feb 12, 2018 / Sector News

A regional dance champion from the West Yorkshire region who hopes to become a Professional dancer in the future is trying to raise thousands of pounds so she can have...

Cardiff and Vale College enters into par…

Feb 12, 2018 / Sector News

Cardiff and Vale College has entered into a partnership with Welsh Netball to enhance the abilities of its learners – the first such partnership with a College. Welsh Netball will work...

Performing arts student told to ‘follow …

Feb 12, 2018 / Sector News

Kieran Littler, performing arts student at Clarendon Sixth Form College has been inspired to work in comedy after taking part in a workshop by comedian, Tom Short. Kieran auditioned for a...

GP practice challenges students to desig…

Feb 12, 2018 / Sector News

Graphic design students at Clarendon Sixth Form College are working on a live project for a brand new medical practice. Ashton Medical Group (AMG), formed from three smaller GP practices, asked...

DERWENTSIDE COLLEGE’S FREE TRAINING DELI…

Feb 12, 2018 / Sector News

Free customer service improvement training provided by Derwentside College is helping one of the North East’s leading IT companies surge ahead with ambitious growth plans. Training provided by the college, through...

Social Impact scholarships awarded for i…

Feb 12, 2018 / Sector News

To mark the launch of its Online Masters in Innovation and Entrepreneurship (OMIE), HEC Paris has awarded three scholarships to applicants of the programme. Launched in September 2017, the OMIE is...

Lee Biggins, founder and managing director of CV-Library

Education professionals rely on colleagu…

Feb 12, 2018 / Sector News

Encouraging staff friendships is beneficial for employers Friendships are important to our overall happiness, and the companions we make at work are a big part of this. In fact, the majority...

Apprentices will be top source of talent…

Feb 12, 2018 / Sector News

A third of businesses view apprentices as the most valuable source of emerging talent in 2018. That is according to a poll of over 2,000 senior HR professionals carried out...

Alan Woods OBE, CEO of VTCT

VTCT Welcomes IFA U-turn on ‘off the job…

Feb 09, 2018 / Sector News

The Vocational Training Charitable Trust (VTCT) welcomes the latest announcement from the Institute for Apprenticeships (IFA) on their decision allowing regulated qualifications to be included within ‘off the job’ delivery...

Minister for Skills Anne Milton

Institute for Apprenticeships brings tog…

Feb 09, 2018 / Sector News

The Institute for Apprenticeships yesterday (8 Feb) brought together, for the first time, its Route Panel Members from across all 15 routes. They were joined by a diverse collection of...

Colette Mazzola, Senior Tutor in Computing at Blackpool and The Fylde College

B&FC lecturer presents at Higher Edu…

Feb 09, 2018 / Sector News

A Blackpool and The Fylde College (B&FC) lecturer was chosen to present her work at a prestigious higher education conference. Colette Mazzola, Senior Tutor in Computing at B&FC, delivered a session...

Ladies on track for career in fast lane

Feb 09, 2018 / Sector News

For anyone considering a career in motorsport engineering, students Jasmine Stuart, Charlotte Bowen, Charlotte Hosick and Dariene Adams are great examples of how women are embracing the subject and pushing...

Apprenticeship diversity is going from s…

Feb 09, 2018 / FE Video

To mark the growing impact of the Apprenticeship Diversity Champions Network (ADCN), a short film featuring Sue Husband, Director of the National Apprenticeship Service and Helen Grant MP, is being...

Students lead the way in Digital Innovat…

Feb 08, 2018 / Sector News

Celebration of Digital Discovery – Students lead the way in Digital Innovation A Digital Showcase event took place at the Virgin Money Lounge in Haymarket this week with students from Orchard...

Richard Banks, CMI Chartered Manager

Meet the Chartered Manager: Richard Bank…

Feb 08, 2018 / FE Video

Richard's Journey to Success CMI interviewed Richard about his route to becoming a Chartered Manager: How did you become Chartered? I found out that I could become a Chartered Manager through funded...

Teaching, leadership and governance in F…

Feb 08, 2018 / Sector News

The "Teaching, leadership and governance in Further Education" review was published today (8 Feb), read the report in full here. In April 2017 Professor David Greatbatch (working with Sue Tate) was appointed...

CIPD partners with FutureLearn to delive…

Feb 08, 2018 / Sector News

The CIPD, the professional body for HR and people development, has partnered with FutureLearn, the global digital learning platform, to deliver two free online courses in HR Fundamentals and People...

Jobs in education were some of the most …

Feb 08, 2018 / Sector News

New data from the UK’s leading independent job site, CV-Library, has found that education jobs were some of the most searched for by candidates last month. The data, which analysed...

New £13m College Campus Is Taking Shape …

Feb 08, 2018 / Sector News

Leeds College of Building’s brand-new campus in the South Bank area of the city is starting to take shape with the building’s vast, 400-tonne steel frame now under construction.  Clugston Construction...

German students get a taste for life in …

Feb 08, 2018 / Sector News

12 apprentices from Regensburg College, Germany, visited Tameside College as part of the Erasmus+ programme to learn all about engineering techniques and skills used in the UK. The Erasmus+ programme, which...

TAKE OFF FOR NEW AVIATION COLLEGE AT LO…

Feb 08, 2018 / Sector News

Plans for a pioneering £12m Aerospace and Technology College at Biggin Hill Airport are set to become a reality, with the Greater London Authority (GLA) providing major funding for the...

What’s School like around the World?

Feb 08, 2018 / Sector News

The time spent in school helps to shape and mold the potential and futures of students across the world.  But no two schools are quite the same- especially when compared to...

MP VISITS NEW AUTISM BASE

Feb 08, 2018 / Sector News

Wolverhampton MP Pat Mcfadden has given the thumbs up to a new specialism autism base in Wolverhampton. The MP for Wolverhampton South East, who toured the centre, at City of Wolverhampton...

JOURNALISM APPRENTICE SCOOPS TOP AWARD

Feb 08, 2018 / Sector News

A journalism apprentice from City of Wolverhampton College has been recognised for achieving the top marks in the country in his exams. Atif Rashid, a Digital Journalist Apprentice with the BBC...

Back to the Future: Institute for Scient…

Feb 07, 2018 / Sector News

Research development arm attracts leading industry talent with new hires Clarivate Analytics, the global leader in providing trusted insights and analytics to accelerate the pace of innovation, today announced it will...

ESFA weekly round-up - Issue 389

ESFA weekly round-up - Issue 390

Feb 07, 2018 / Sector News

Education & Skills Funding Agency's weekly round-up of business-critical information to ESFA-funded colleges, other training organisations and direct grant employers. (07 Feb 2018).  Input to ESFA Customer Experience As previously communicated in...

Cambridge University is to offer degree …

Feb 07, 2018 / Sector News

Cambridge University is to offer degree apprenticeships for the first time. The university has been registered as an official apprenticeship trainer and says it will focus on the post-graduate level...

(l-r)ESOL student Sumona Akther, REACH ESOL hub Manager Mary Ann Hale, Minister for Welsh Language and Lifelong Learning Eluned Morgan, CAVC Principal Kay Martin, ESOL student Elly Maria Galves Ramirez

Regional ESOL hub REACH launched at Card…

Feb 07, 2018 / Sector News

Minister for Welsh Lanuage and Lifelong Learning Eluned Morgan has visited Cardiff and Vale College to launch REACH - a new one-stop shop for learners on English for Speakers of...

Career Prospects Increase for Jobless Yo…

Feb 07, 2018 / Sector News

Waltham Forest College Prince’s Trust Team Programme on track to double numbers of vulnerable young people’s impacted. The Prince’s Trust’s assessors judged the College’s programme as ‘good with outstanding features’ in November 2017. Unemployed...

Millions to benefit as government respon…

Feb 07, 2018 / Sector News

The UK will become one of the first countries to address the challenges of the changing world of work in the modern economy.  Millions of flexible workers will receive new rights under...

Minister for the Constitution Chloe Smith

Youth Democracy Ambassadors to celebrate…

Feb 07, 2018 / Sector News

Minister for the Constitution Chloe Smith announced the government's plans to recruit Youth Democracy Ambassadors on a visit to the Queen Elizabeth’s Girls’ School in Barnet (5 Feb).  The Minister visited...

Minister for Women and Equalities Amber Rudd

How could your college use £2.5M to cele…

Feb 07, 2018 / Sector News

Amber Rudd yesterday (6 Feb) opened a £1.5 million Women’s Suffrage Centenary Grant Scheme for bids of up to £125,000 for projects running throughout the centenary year to encourage communities...

Food and Drink Sector Council

New Food and Drink Sector Council to boo…

Feb 07, 2018 / Sector News

Leading figures from across the food and drink sector have formed a new partnership with government to boost productivity and make the industry more resilient, sustainable and competitive. Meeting for the...

David Vineall receives the certificate of thanks from Jo Tipa, of NSAN

Ten-year milestone for nuclear skills de…

Feb 07, 2018 / Sector News

The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) is celebrating 10 years of supporting skills development with the National Skills Academy for Nuclear (NSAN).  Almost £4 million has been invested by the NDA in...

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