By: Billy Camden

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The first ever procurement process for adult education budget contracts has been given the ministerial green light and is expected to begin within days. FE Week understands the plan...
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An awarding organisation that fell victim to a high-profile case of qualifications fraud has called on the government to set up an expert panel, amid fears that the...
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Providers have been left in the dark about when procurement for adult education budget contracts will be launched for the first time, after the government admitted it has...
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A college in Sussex is bearing the full brunt of staff strikes at Southern Rail, having to shell out up to £10,000 on replacement buses while the dispute...
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The government’s decision to publish today a “customer service” guide explaining what colleges can expect from area reviews – despite more than half of them having already finished...
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Employers are telling a large and successful provider of 16-18 engineering apprentices they will switch to adults once the funding reforms kick in. Most 16-18 frameworks see a...
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Ofsted seems to be heading for a U-turn on a controversial policy that exempts providers rated ‘outstanding’ from routine inspection. FE Week revealed in November that two colleges...
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Up to 2,000 elite college sporting stars will travel to Nottingham in April to compete in the AoC Sport National Championships 2017. Throughout the autumn term students across...
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Over the course of this year FE Week produced a whopping 172 pages of content across 10 supplements covering all of the key sector talking points of 2016....
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There is just one week to go for employers and training providers to enter the sixth annual Brathay Apprentice Challenge. Teams of nine apprentices can enter the competition...
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