Here is how the IfATE would deliver on the Skills Bill
The Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education has developed an ‘Employer Centred, Future Facing’ strategy to go with the Skills Bill,...
chief executive, Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education
The ESFA should hire risk managers to root out problems in training providers
Making providers get insurance will solve neither incompetence nor fraud, writes John Hyde “Taking a sledgehammer to crack a nut” was...
executive chair, HIT Training
Colleges have a huge impact on the pipeline of talent towards ‘blue technologies’
Some of the most innovative marine technology businesses in the world call the UK home, writes Cerian Ayres This summer, all...
national head of technical education, Education and Training Foundation
Many teachers are unaware of assistive technology for disabled students
Staff lack proper training, and information about assistive technology is hard to navigate, writes Geena Vabulas In an age when digital...
policy manager for assistive technology, Policy Connect
The need to put young people with SEND at the heart of recovery couldn’t be clearer
The FE sector has worked really hard to support learners with additional needs, but Covid has been so damaging, writes Paul...
deputy director, further education and skills, Ofsted
UTCs could survive by extending year groups beyond age 18
Many struggling UTCs are lowering their age of entry, but they could have more impact by going the other way, writes...
vice-chancellor, London South Bank University, chief executive, LSBU Group
Talking about a ‘middle-class’ grab on apprenticeships could send the wrong message
The claim suggests a scarcity of apprenticeships and that only working-class people should do them, writes David Gallagher Gillian Keegan, apprenticeship...
chief executive, NCFE
The Church of England wants to serve a new generation as we have always done
The Church of England isn’t trying to infiltrate FE colleges in some secret plan, as suggested by two secularists, writes Nigel...
chief education officer, Church of England
Here’s what you need to know about staff with ‘gender critical’ views
A landmark judgment has ruled that it is lawful to hold a belief that may offend or shock others, writes Jane...
solicitor and head of team, Ellis Whittam law firm
This is why a ‘digital Baker clause’ is needed
Students will expect to access all the information about their future options in one place online, writes Katie Bell This week,...
executive director for apprenticeships, UCAS