By: Billy Camden

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Colleges and training providers are hiding banned subcontracting through the use of so-called ‘associate partnerships’, FE Week can reveal – potentially allowing millions of pounds-worth of public funds...
FE Experts
It is clear the SFA crackdown on subcontracting is increasingly pushing it underground. Our findings this week on the rise of this hidden subcontracting have genuinely shocked me....
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Another 100 learners appear to have been left with heavy student loans debt but no qualifications to show for it, after their training provider under investigation by the...
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An FE college has climbed its way out of being ‘inadequate’ while an adult and community learning provider and a private provider boosted their provision upwards to ‘good’...
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This afternoon the Department for Education published the reports and recommendations for the four London reviews in the area reviews process. London was split into four sub-reviews, two...
FE Experts
Lord Baker deserves a big pat on the back for his victory in the House of Lords this week. The Baker Clause, as it will inevitably come to...
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A former principal spent more than £60,000 on worldwide recruitment trips but it’s unclear if he managed to persuade a single overseas student to join his London college,...
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In a week of two halves, a private training provider plummeted from ‘good’ to ‘inadequate’ in one of Ofsted’s most damning reports ever, while the first FE college...
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The government is on the hunt for a permanent director to run its transaction unit following the area reviews process – a job which co-mes with a £140,000...
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Employers including the private healthcare giant Bupa have been criticised for not employing anyone on apprenticeships they developed, after FE Week found three dental standards which have had...
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Distressed learners left in the lurch when their training provider mysteriously went bust have pleaded with the government to write off thousands in student loan debts. FE Week...