• Chartered Institute of FE admits to having no employees

    The Chartered Institution for Further Education has been left with no employees after its CEO quietly stood down in December. FE Week had been attempting without success to contact the CIFE for several weeks concerning their 2017-18 annual report and accounts, which remain unpublished. Speaking to FE Week this morning, Dan Wright said there are

    13.28 Apr. 8th, 2019 | News

  • Chartered status: when will the government subsidies end?

    The Chartered Institution for Further Education, the brainchild of the former skills minister John Hayes, was first conceived back in 2012, to get high-achieving FE providers the royal seal of approval. But almost six years later – and more than two years after it first started accepting paying members – just eight providers have been

    11.00 Jan. 14th, 2018 | News

  • Just three new recruits for chartered status in six months

    The Chartered Institution for FE has recruited just one new college and two independent training providers in the last six months. The two ITPs welcomed into the CIFE today are Steadfast Training Ltd, rated ‘good’ by Ofsted in 2014, and Skills Group, rated ‘outstanding’ in 2011. The identity of the new college member will be

    11.00 May. 17th, 2017 | News

  • Chartered Institution for Further Education appoints new chief executive

    The Chartered Institution for Further Education has appointed Dan Wright as its new chief executive officer, with plans for him to step into the role from early January. Mr Wright (pictured below) will take over on January 9 from Ed Quilty, the current chief executive and secretary, whose secondment from the civil service to the

    11.29 Dec. 9th, 2016 | News