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The principal of a large and well-established FE college writes about life at the top — the worries, the hopes, the people and the issues they have to...
Stewart Segal considers the 16 to 18 education and training landscape in light of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) participation inquiry. The PAC was right to identify in...
Kevin Hamblin outlines the journey his Ofsted grade two-rated college made in order to take over sponsorship of a nearby academy. South Gloucestershire and Stroud College (SGS College)...
How do you handle your new principal’s demands? Is the managing director refusing to budge? Dr Sue Pember, the former head of FE and skills investment at the...
The government has said more research was needed before it could take its apprenticeship funding reform plans any further. Lynne Sedgmore considers where this leaves the sector —...
Michael Woodgate considers what went wrong for Skills for Logistics (SfL) with the sector skills council having this month announced it was set to close. So farewell then,...
I arrived back in Britain on Tuesday after three weeks’ magnificent customer service in the United States and the Caribbean. Unfortunately, thanks to BA, my luggage remained in...
Governors bring a wealth of disparate expertise to the board table, but can sometimes fall short when it comes to their college knowledge. Lawrence Vincent provides 10 key...
The effect of the Further Education Learning Technology Action Group (Feltag) is being felt across the sector, explains Bob Harrison. At a recent Think Out Loud Club, a...

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