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Click here to download. Now in its fourth year, FE Week’s Annual Apprenticeship Conference is firmly established as the pre-eminent event for anyone interested in apprenticeship policy and...
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It is very clear that many apprenticeship providers are struggling to persuade employers to buy into the new 20-per-cent off-the-job training rule. So it comes as no surprise...
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Key6 Group was found to be “not fit for purpose” – and the majority of their 200+ recruits weren’t even aware that they were on an apprenticeship. The...
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Employers are paying too much for their apprenticeships, according to the Department for Education. Officials “expected” employers would negotiate prices below the relevant upper limit they set before...
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There were just 27,000 apprenticeship starts last November according to figures published by the government this morning, 40 percent fewer than in 2016. As the figures above show,...
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Staff at more than a dozen colleges have voted overwhelmingly to strike over pay. Industrial action is due to begin in the coming weeks, and the majority of...
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Over 200,000 people working in FE have completed training to help them understand their duty to prevent the radicalisation of learners, FE Week can reveal. The Education and...
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Our analysis of colleges’ Ofsted grades suggests a significant improvement in the past five months. By the end of August last year, the sector’s grades had declined for...
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Just under three quarters of colleges are now rated ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted, as the sector’s rapid improvement continues into 2018. Two reports published this morning –...
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A national college planning to train the bulk of the country’s workforce for Britain’s nuclear industry opens today. The National College for Nuclear is based across two hubs,...