• Only Ofqual should be allowed to regulate apprenticeship standards

    Trailblazers can choose the body that regulates their apprenticeship standard. Only one of these is actually qualified to do so, argues Rob May Every major skills policy at some point promises to “put employers in the driving seat”. For a department labouring under policy amnesia this has been the rhetoric of reform for at least

    15.00 Apr. 24th, 2018 | Opinion

  • Applications open for nine new T-level employer panels

    Representatives from business are being asked to apply to join panels that will help develop new T-levels. The Department for Education is establishing employer panels for T-level routes that will be delivered from 2022, in agriculture, environmental and animal care; business and administration; catering and hospitality; creative and design; and hair and beauty. “The DfE is

    12.34 Mar. 27th, 2018 | News