By: Jude

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Ofsted is using just one training provider for its new cohort of 31 apprentices, FE Week can reveal. The recruits will all follow a two-year business administration programme...
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The Association of Colleges’ has for the first time added its voice to organisations calling for a delay to the implementation of reformed apprenticeship funding from May 1....
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The principal of a troubled college is stepping down just six weeks after he was given the “full backing” of his governing body, following a damning grade four...
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The role of the FE commissioner will be split in two following Sir David Collins’ concern over his workload covering both intervention and area reviews.  Two candidates were shortlisted to take over...
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Size matters, at least when it comes to sixth forms – as FE Week discovered when we investigated the issues surrounding smaller providers. Mick Fletcher, an FE policy...
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The nation’s largest college has won its battle with Ofsted with the awarding of a grade two overall – more than four months after it was inspected. Today’s...
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The prime minister has said she “does not recognise” potential cuts of between 30 to 50 per cent to apprenticeship funding. The devastating cuts, exclusively revealed by FE...
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Education Secretary Justine Greening was quizzed about potentially devastating apprenticeship funding cuts during an evidence session for the Education Select Committee this morning. The proposed cuts of up...
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As the Association of Colleges welcomes a new chief executive in its 20th year, FE Week takes a look at the past, present and future of the organisation....
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Two new super-colleges are set to be created in the north-west through mergers involving six colleges and one university. Consultation opened this week on the first phase of...
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Counter-fraud measures are to be set up for the apprenticeship funding programme, the government has insisted, amid warnings from the National Audit Office that not enough care is...