By: Billy Camden

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A college that didn’t make it on to the government’s new Register of Apprenticeship Training Providers has received an ‘outstanding’ grade for its apprenticeship provision – in what...
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Around 70 of the country’s top skilled young people are this week taking part in a five-day competition that will decide if they make it into the team...
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The country’s biggest skills and careers event is back and is confirmed to take place from November 16 to 18 later this year.  WorldSkills UK made the announcement about...
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There has been no modelling done by the Skills Funding Agency to predict how many providers will eventually end up on the new register of apprenticeship training providers,...
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A university technical college in Middlesex received a grade three in its first ever Ofsted inspection, spelling even more problems for the 14 to 19 institutions, in a...
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The government needs to look carefully at the NHS’ plans to hit providers with brokerage fees. No-one is suggesting the health service is breaking the Skills Funding Agency’s...
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The NHS has defended controversial new plans to charge a brokerage fee to training providers that win levy-funded apprenticeship contracts. FE Week has seen two examples of the...
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Research by leading FE academics has shown England is the only one, out of eight countries reported on because of their strong vocational education systems, that will have...
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A sixth form college that hadn’t received an inspection for 10 years sank from ‘outstanding’ to ‘requires improvement’ – in a mixed week for FE Ofsted reports. Governors...
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The controversial decision to widen admissions at a struggling small-school sixth form has come in for fierce criticism, due to a rapid decline in the need for post-16...
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The selection process for the new register of apprenticeship training providers has been branded an “omnishambles”, after providers with no delivery experience whatsoever have found their way onto...