By: Billy Camden

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Danielle Scandone came out of day two of EuroSkills Gothenburg feeling reenergised thanks to her intricate fingers that produced a smashing floristry body adornment. The Merrist Wood College...
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Lucy Knight is hoping she proved to be a cut above her hairdressing competitors on day one of EuroSkills 2016, as the day-to-day experience of owning her own...
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The most skilled young people in Europe were told they are becoming the “role models of the future” as the curtain was raised on EuroSkills 2016. Swedish Prime...
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  One coach and a 659 mile flight later and Team UK has finally landed in Gothenburg ready to go for gold at EuroSkills 2016. The 22-strong team...
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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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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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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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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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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...