By: Billy Camden

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A major local authority which delivers adult education to more than 12,000 learners has been rated ‘inadequate’ by Ofsted. Essex County Council, which was inspected by the education...
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Public funds cannot be used to pay brokers’ fees, the Skills Funding Agency has officially ruled. In its final rules for apprenticeship funding published this week, the SFA...
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Another highly profitable training provider has suddenly gone bust in mysterious circumstances, leaving hundreds of learners on the hook for thousands of pounds of student debt. John Frank...
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A college hit with an ‘inadequate’ Ofsted rating won’t appeal against the resulting ban from running apprenticeships, but says it will continue recruiting learners right up to the...
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Britain celebrated the best of its vocational education on Friday night, when the country’s top three apprentices and its six best employers were crowned the winners of the National Apprenticeship...
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The UK’s most promising apprentices and best employers will tonight be crowned the winners of the National Apprenticeships Awards 2016. Nine apprentices and 18 employers will take centre...
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The skills minister has denied that the picture of adult education is “bleak”, as Labour MP David Lammy launched his campaign for a “renewed culture of night schools”....
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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...