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Plans have been unveiled to fully fund IT courses for adults, putting ‘digital literacy’ on a similar footing to English and maths. A consultation on the final details...
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Once again hundreds of students from across the further education and skills sector entered our annual photography competition and now the time has come for you to vote...
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MPs will probe the financial management at the Department for Education (DfE) after it used legislation to delay the publication of its accounts. The DfE has used a...
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From humble beginnings, refugee Abel Tsegay is on track to become a world renowned athlete thanks to help from Canterbury College, writes Billy Camden. Teenage refugee Abel Tsegay...
FE Experts
The UKCES Employer Skills Survey is one of the largest of its kind in the world. More than 91,000 employers across the UK are interviewed to draw together...
FE Experts
Take a moment to empathise with the Central Delivery Service (CDS) advisers at the Skills Funding Agency. As if what must feel like annual restructures at the Agency...
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Questions remain over the future of the UK’s largest employer skills survey, with indications that responsibility for labour market information could fall to local enterprise partnerships (LEPs) in...
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Oscar the robot helped host the official unveiling of £2m-worth of hi-tech engineering facilities at Nelson and Colne College. The new department features a subsonic wind tunnel, along...
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Public services learners at Suffolk New College had their leadership skills put to the test when they were tasked to deal with the aftermath of a serious road...
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Photography learners at Central College Nottingham have launched their own commercial photo-agency. The young snappers will run Focus Central out of the college’s photography department and will give...
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Duchy College learner Megan Giles chipped her way to victory in the golf Andalucía Junior European Open in Spain. The 16-year-old qualified for the Open, which is widely...