By: Billy Camden

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The Department for Education did not launch a funding audit of Learndirect at the end of March, even though Ofsted sent damning evidence that apprentices were not receiving...
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An ‘inadequate’ community learning provider has been caught breaching government funding rules, after Ofsted found most of its construction apprentices were unemployed. North Liverpool Regeneration Company Ltd, which...
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Private providers have given the government until the end of this week to find a solution to the “tragedy” of the botched adult education budget tender – or...
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The Department for Education has put out yet another survey on how reforms to apprenticeship funding are affecting employers and training providers today – the fifth such consultation...
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A 10,000-learner provider on the brink of collapse after it lost 97 per cent of its funding has been “assured” the government is discussing “options” to reverse the...
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A college is reviewing its enrolment procedures after an autistic boy was asked not to return just days after he was mistakenly allowed to start a course –...
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Somerset MPs held an emergency meeting on Wednesday with the skills minister to reverse the massive £3.3 million funding cut imposed on a 10,000-learner community-based provider. Four of...
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A group of leading training providers is gearing up for collective action against the government’s adult education budget procurement process, FE Week can reveal. The coalition is made up...
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A former Wales international footballer and three other men conspired to scam colleges and the government out of around £5 million of apprenticeship funding, in some cases faking...
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The Learndirect saga has taken a fresh twist today, after a government spokesperson admitted that the nation’s largest FE provider submitted and then withdrew a bid to the...
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A large adult community learning provider in Somerset has found itself at the sharp end of the adult education budget chaos, after its funding was slashed to just...