By: Billy Camden

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A civil servant who led the Department for Education’s response to the Grenfell Tower blaze has been appointed as its new director for apprenticeships. Rory Kennedy has taken...
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An awarding organisation is under investigation by regulators for the second time in two years after an anonymous tip-off. Ofqual was alerted in May to irregularities at Focus...
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The Education and Skills Funding Agency has missed its own deadline to make sure new providers approved to deliver apprenticeships are up to scratch. Even though its programme...
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Justine Greening wants to tell you about T-levels, which in truth appear to be going nowhere fast or somewhere slowly, even though the advanced learner loans system, a...
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An apprenticeship provider created by the owners of Learndirect last year could be kicked off the purchasing system used by London hospitals, after a joint investigation by FE Week...
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Level two apprenticeships should be fully funded by the government at every age group, the AELP has said. This bold but uncosted recommendation is part of a “major”...
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A refugee who fled Afghanistan alone at the age of 16 has been crowned ‘outstanding individual learner’ at this year’s Festival of Learning awards. The Royal Society of...
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Half a million pounds is on offer to run a new leadership training programme for senior FE managers looking to step up to top jobs. The Education and...
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Over two thirds of learners from providers that have collapsed – leaving them with huge loan debt but no qualifications – have still not been moved onto alternative...
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The Department for Education did not launch a funding audit of Learndirect at the end of March, even though Ofsted sent damning evidence that apprentices were not receiving...
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Private providers have given the government until the end of this week to find a solution to the “tragedy” of the botched adult education budget tender – or...