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Roundup
Public services learners at Suffolk New College had their leadership skills put to the test when they were tasked to deal with the aftermath of a serious road...
Roundup
Photography learners at Central College Nottingham have launched their own commercial photo-agency. The young snappers will run Focus Central out of the college’s photography department and will give...
Roundup
Duchy College learner Megan Giles chipped her way to victory in the golf Andalucía Junior European Open in Spain. The 16-year-old qualified for the Open, which is widely...
Movers and Shakers
The National Skills Academy for Financial Services (NSAFS) has appointed Peter Pledger as its chief executive, taking over from the outgoing Sylvia Perrins who has retired. Mr Pledger...
News
The Equality and Diversity Good Practice Fund was the source of 29 innovative projects in 2014/15, but providers hoping to access funding this year will be disappointed to...
News
A student’s competition-winning logo intended to be the sign of Chartered Status for FE providers has been dumped by the sector body. Lisa Cassidy (pictured above and below),...
Profiles
It’s been a big week for Neil Cain, who has seen his name in lights after being crowned Apprenticeship Champion of the Year for 2015. The 51-year-old operations...
News
Pearson is in danger of having its contract with the Skills Funding Agency (SFA) terminated after Ofsted slammed its apprenticeship provision. The global education business, which provides apprenticeships...
News
More than 120 people attended the official launch of a new Centre for Post-14 Education and Work by the UCL Institute of Education. The event at the Institute...
News
The National Union of Students has launched a campaign to force the government to recognise the impact that post-16 area reviews are having on learners. The launch of...
News
The government has been urged to review transport arrangements for post-16 special educational needs or disabilities (SEND) students, after it emerged that councils in the north east want...