By: Jude

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The government’s area reviews of post-16 education and training are already running behind schedule, with the government accused of working to an “unrealistic” timetable. According to the government’s...
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A college has turned to its county council for a £700,000 loan to help address a “need for short-term cashflow support”. A Carlisle College spokesperson told FE Week...
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Summer exams will be affected by the timing of Ramadan for the next four years, with GCSE re-sits compounding the issue for colleges, a senior exams officer has...
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Seventeen general FE colleges and six sixth form colleges (SFCs) will be included in the first two “sub-regional” area reviews of post-16 education and training in London, it...
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A new interim principal will take the reins at troubled City College Coventry early next month. Dr Elaine McMahon (pictured above) will start in the role at the...
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Finalists for the National Apprenticeship Awards next month have been announced. Neil Cain, Michael Motley and Joshua Uwadiae make up the three-strong field for apprenticeship champion of the year...
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Skills Minister Nick Boles has written to college leaders to reaffirm his message that they should be going from delivering a third of all apprenticeships to two thirds....
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The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) has given more details of its plans to extend FE loans, as announced in Chancellor George Osborne’s Budget. He said...
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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has tried to warn City and Islington College governors against plans to merge with Westminster Kingsway College, branding the proposals “too accepting of the...
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Nearly 150 young people are one step closer to taking on the world’s best, having been listed among the WorldSkills UK squad. The names of most of those...
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Record numbers of young people, teachers and parents visited the Skills Show in Birmingham last week, with figures for Saturday showing a 44 per cent rise on last...