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BBC 5 live investigates apprenticeships

Apprenticeship schemes which misuse taxpayers’ money is to be debated by leading figures in the FE sector on ‘5…

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FE Week visits parliament to meet the apprentices working in MP’s offices

The number of apprentices working in MP’s offices are on the rise, just as young people undertaking an unpaid…

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Apprenticeship sales force enrol themselves

Call centre staff at a training provider have enrolled onto an apprenticeship programme to improve their skills. Twenty workers…

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UTC scuppered by college and university dispute

A college principal which helped create the University Technical College (UTC) model has been forced to postpone her own…

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FE Week Reporter
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Gove could do BETTer for FE

The shadow minister has hit out at the disregarding of further education in the overhaul of the ICT curriculum….

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One principal, two colleges

Two further education colleges have joined in a unique federation to cut costs under the leadership of one principal….

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FE Week Reporter


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Hundreds of Zenos apprenticeships ‘delayed’

Hundreds of people have been affected by the postponement of an apprenticeship programme led by a major provider. Zenos,…

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FE Week Investigates: Further education leaders honoured

A former college principal has spoken exclusively to FE Week of his shock after being chosen to receive a…

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FE Week Reporter
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Apprenticeship review targets 45 providers

More than 40 colleges and training providers are being investigated as part of the review into short duration apprenticeships….

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FE Week Reporter
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Cash boost for work experience

Colleges in areas with high proportions of young people not in education, employment or training (NEET) have been given…

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Eight sentenced – including six jailed – over £500,000 college fraud

Eight fraudsters have been sentenced, including six jailed, for conning colleges out of more than half-a-million-pounds. The sentences, handed…

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Arise Sir Geoffrey Hall

Geoff Hall, former Principal of New College Nottingham and contributor to FE Week, is one of just 27 people…

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