By: Jude

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Two of the three independent training provider full inspection reports published this week have resulted in a two grade crash to inadequate. And two other providers have lost...
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Ofqual will hold talks with an awarding organisation owned by the National Skills Academy for Food and Drink, over alleged conflict of interest “issues raised” through an FE...
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Just five mergers have been proposed in the latest area reviews to have completed – and with one of them already off the cards, parts of the sector...
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No college inspection report to have been published by the education watchdog since the beginning of the year has resulted in a higher grade. It’s part of a...
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Providers are at risk of being duped into believing they need to pay thousands to become “industry-approved” before they can deliver new apprenticeships for the food and drink...
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The Gazelle Colleges Group is on life support following a precipitous drop in membership, months of inactivity and the departure of its executive director. At its peak, the...
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The former FE commissioner Sir David Collins earned just under £500,000 for doing the job part-time, it has been revealed, though he also did twice as much work...
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The government has set aside almost three quarters of a billion pounds to cover restructuring costs emerging from the area reviews, FE Week can exclusively reveal. The Department...
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Colleges have hit out at an “incredibly unfair” flaw in the notorious English and maths condition-of-funding rule – which makes it impossible to achieve 100 percent compliance, and...
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Levels of reported discrimination in a key FE government agency have doubled in a year, an annual staff survey has revealed. Ten per cent of respondents from the...
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The Skills Funding Agency has extended its deadline for a key data collection, after the Hub suffered another breakdown. The online data collection service is understood to have...