Whether you are selling to colleges, private training providers, policy makers or associated stakeholders, there isn’t a more targeted publication to advertise with.
FE Week was launched in September 2011 (website June 2011) as the only on and offline FE specific newspaper
FE Week is fast becoming the number one destination for the FE Sector.
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“FE Week is the sort of publication that the sector has been crying out for. It places FE at the centre, not the margins of government agendas.” Maxine Room, Principal of Lewisham College
“FE week is really showcasing the best that FE has to offer and tackling in detail, the issues that affect our sector.” Paul Head, Principal of the College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London
“FE Week is a great read and I look forward to it landing on my desk every week. It’s much needed in the sector and long overdue.” Karen Dobson, Principal of Newcastle under Lyme College
The FE Week team prides themselves on high editorial standards and information values.
With expert correspondents and award winning journalists, FE Week keeps its readers at the cutting-edge of developments within the FE Sector.
FE Week’s online presence guarantees that breaking news and current developments are reported as they happen, ensuring that the FE sector is kept up-to-date, 24/7.
Who reads FE Week?
In addition to subscribers, FE Week is sent to FE colleges and is read by principals, aspiring and senior education managers, HR Directors, MPs, policy makers, government officials, private training providers and other important stakeholders right across the UK.
The website reaches even further, it’s continually updated and is often FIRST with the news.
As FE Week is wholly targeted at the post-16 learning and skills sector, the title communicates on a weekly basis with a highly influential and targeted audience. The title is distributed to both Gold Members of FE Week and further key decision makers within the industry.
Subscription data capture enables FE Week to create a picture of the audience to provide a better understanding of the power of influence of the readers.
Subscribers by job title at 14th February 2012