By: Paul Offord

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Westminster Kingsway College’s bid to have itself rebranded as Central London Colleges Group was rejected over concerns its new name would undermine its neighbours, it has been revealed....
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An £85,000 fine set to be waged on Pearson will be Ofqual’s second financial penalty against an awarding organisation. The Ofqual notice explained that in May 2012 Pearson...
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The #SaveOurApprenticeships campaign against devastating cuts in apprenticeship funding was launched at the Houses of Parliament to a packed gathering of sector leaders and senior politicians — including...
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Star names unveiled for this year’s Association of Colleges annual conference and exhibition include broadcaster Steph McGovern, comedian Ruby Wax (pictured), and apprenticeships and skills minister Robert Halfon....
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Outstanding tutors, projects and employers were recognised through The Festival of Learning Awards 2016. A notable winner, the Leicester City Football Club Community Trust, was credited for its...
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The new skills minister has dismissed widespread calls to delay the apprenticeship levy launch, even after 10 major professional bodies called on him to rethink. Robert Halfon (pictured)...
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An Ofsted report into the nation’s largest college has still not been published more than four months after it was inspected due to a row over the result,...
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Tougher rules surrounding the quality requirement for apprenticeship providers have been called for by the Association of Employment and Learning Providers (AELP). The association has today published its...
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Changes to how the government collects data charting student progress after they finish key stage five courses have dramatically improved success rates for colleges compared to schools. Destination...
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Ofsted chair David Hoare is stepping down from his position with immediate effect, the education watchdog has confirmed. An Ofsted spokesperson told FE Week this morning that senior...
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They may say at Tesco that “every little helps” — but Bromley College faced criticism that it had overstepped the mark by touting for students in a supermarket...