By: Expert

FE Experts
While around 80 per cent of further education and skills providers are good or outstanding, the number requiring improvement has increased over time. For these providers, inspectors conduct...
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David Hughes is wrong to criticise the rise in management apprenticeships – they are opening opportunities to people who’ve never had them, argues Mandy Crawford-Lee The University Vocational...
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It’s time the sector took control of its own destiny, argues Ali Hadawi Over the years, my sense of frustration with how policymakers and regulatory bodies view further...
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Employers want to make the new T-levels work, but they will need clear, practical support, writes Stephen Evans The new T-levels will rely on employers in a number...
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The government must cover the additional travel costs of T-level work placements to ensure rural colleges are not at a financial disadvantage, argues Jo Maher At some point...
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Richard Atkins reflects on a year at the helm of one of the most important jobs in FE, and what is to come In April last year, I...
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Based on her upcoming research, Sallyann Baldry explains how colleges and training providers should be preparing for end-point assessment End-point assessment is the testing at the end of...
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Early reports into the efficacy of work placements suggest that they’ll be tough to get right, writes Bill Esmond The Sainsbury Review’s proposals for technical education, enthusiastically welcomed...
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The government’s strategy to increase BAME participation in further and higher education ignores important differences between ethnic groups, argues Safaraz Ali It is critical for all of us...
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Andy Wilson, who heads up one of the largest college groups in the country, explains why size does matter Large college groups are too easily dismissed as money-saving...
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Much expert research and development has already been carried out into maths in technical education – let’s not reinvent the wheel, advises Paul Glaister The post-16 skills plan...