By: Billy Camden

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“You are helping to improve the national culture around skills and apprenticeships” was the message from Robert Halfon to EuroSkills Team UK at a special send-off event in...
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Around 200 of the UK’s top vocational learners were rewarded with gold, silver and bronze medals at the closing ceremony of the Skills Show on November 19. Medals...
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The FE commissioner is attempting to drum up support for a three-way merger that was cancelled after one of the colleges involved was handed a grade four rating...
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With more than 90,000 visitors descending on Birmingham’s NEC over the course of three hectic days, it is fair to say the fifth annual Skills Show was the biggest yet. An abundance of...
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A struggling Greater Manchester college has dropped back down to ‘inadequate’, Ofsted inspectors have found. Stockport College was hit with the grade four verdict in a report published...
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The Social Mobility Commission has called for school sixth form provision to be extended and given a role in supporting FE colleges to deliver the new Skills Plan....
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Colleges are heading to “crisis point” in mental health after more than 85 per cent reported an increase in the need for student psychological and emotional well-being help,...
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Furness College has been unveiled as the latest member of the Chartered Institution for Further Education. The news was announced by Lord Lingfield, chair of the institute, today...
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A dispute between the leaders of FE’s two biggest associations has taken another twist, with one accusing the other of putting “institutional self-interest before learners’ interest”. Last week,...
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Strictly Come Dancing stars and the apprenticeships minister will be among more than 90,000 people heading to NEC Birmingham for the fifth annual Skills Show next week. Visitors...
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The FE Choices survey into student satisfaction isn’t worth the bother, according to one of the country’s largest colleges – which has refused to take part. The Skills...