By: Billy Camden

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A former ‘outstanding’ college has been hit with a second consecutive ‘inadequate’ rating from Ofsted in just 15 months. Mid-Cheshire College was slammed by the education watchdog in...
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Colleges will be exempt from VAT on important training supplies following a landmark European Court of Justice ruling – with refund claims expected to amount to £10 million...
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The government still won’t say when the results of the first ever procurement process for the adult education budget will be published – after previously claiming it would...
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A Merseyside college hit with an Ofsted grade four in apprenticeships is claiming it will not cut down on staff, despite government rules removing it from the new...
FE Experts
Forgive the facepalm, but after a drubbing in the general election for being evasive, I had hoped our questions to the government would be given the professional courtesy...
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Exceptional FE learners and tutors have been honoured for their “outstanding achievements” in professional and technical education at this year’s City & Guilds Lion Awards. London’s iconic Kensington...
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Seven outstanding teams from sixth form colleges across the country have been honoured at an inaugural awards ceremony for the sector tonight. The De Vere Jubilee Conference Centre,...
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A cash-strapped college that was recently told by the FE Commissioner that it urgently needed to merge in order to survive has finally found a partner. Stratford-upon-Avon College,...
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A team of nine apprentices from GlaxoSmithKline Ulverston have been named the apprentice team of the year, through the prestigious Brathay Challenge. Eight teams from across England went...
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Most, if not all of the FE sector was left in shock this week after we exclusively revealed that Robert Halfon had been sacked from his job as...
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A host of providers jumped up Ofsted grades in what was a mostly impressive week for FE – but a university technical college with just 143 students came...