FE Week Podcast

The FE Week Podcast: Adult training reforms, degree apprenticeships and the new shadow education secretary

3 Dec 2021, 15:24



In this episode, Shane is joined by Mary Curnock Cook, chair of Pearson and former chief executive at UCAS, Eddie Playfair at the Association of Colleges and Asfa Sohail, principal at Lewisham College.

Are adult training reforms happening fast enough?

Are universities struggling to deliver degree apprenticeships?

And with a new shadow education secretary, what next for Labour’s skills policy?

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