• Influential group of MPs demand action over lack of apprenticeship assessment organisations

    Government apprenticeship policies have come in for stern criticism in a new report by MPs, that insisted standards should have at least one approved assessment organisation in place before they’re delivered. The sub-committee on education, skills and the economy, formed from the education and business select committees, gave a total of 36 conclusions and recommendations

    0.01 Mar. 31st, 2017 | News

  • Fruity reception expected for Halfon's apples and pears

    Members of the Sub-Committee on Education, Skills and the Economy could be forgiven for getting fruity with Robert Halfon – just over 24 hours after his apples and pears analogy for apprenticeships left MPs fuming. The FE minister is set to face his second set of tough questions on apprenticeship reforms this week, during a

    18.40 Nov. 1st, 2016 | News