FE Experts

We all have them. You go to a college, they give you a Visitor Pass and then you forget to hand it in when you leave. It’s on...
The Annual Conference of the Association Colleges is a highlight for many of us in the FE sector. Debate and discussion on the big issues of the day,...
Apprenticeships are far too popular with the general public for their own good. It’s so easy for politicians to bask in a warm glow of approval when they...
November is always a busy month for the FE world, not least because the sector’s AoC Annual Conference thrusts FE policy into the spotlight. This year looks like...
FE Week has been a remarkable journey for me, personally. I am all too aware that some college principals are confused about my intentions, and wonder where Nick...
 What harm has Mickey Mouse ever done to anyone? No, I can’t think of anything either ... so how has poor Mickey’s name become associated with the worthless...
It’s quite possible that despite the hours of typing, the most overused part on a journalists’ keyboard is the ‘delete’ button. No, that’s not because we “always make...
Graham Hoyle, Chief Executive of the Association of Employment and Learning Providers talks to FE Week How do you feel about condensed apprenticeships, such as those being delivered...
I remember distinctly the first time I attended my first ever College Corporation meeting as a student governor back in 2006. After a day of A levels, I’d...
Bit controversial this, so controversial that most college marketing departments have had a little warning about us, and. at a certain marketing bash in November you can take...
With the recent changes to FE funding arrangements, 2011/12 is seeing changes to the way ILR data is collected. The introduction of the single ILR for 2011/12 has...

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