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29 July 2014
The Work Programme is failing people with multiple and complex needs and must work closer with charities to gain their...
28 July 2014
Nearly half of Greater Manchester's Apprenticeships have been taken by adults in their 30s, 40s and 50s rather than young...
24 July 2014
In the last few days I've spent time with three college principals. Each thought they had a problem unique to...
23 July 2014
London is suffering from a skills gap that is getting ever wider, according to reports (http://news.tes.co.uk/further-education/b/news/2014/07/17/london-39-s-skills-system-is-39-broken-39-mps-told.aspx)citing the evidence presented...
22 July 2014
Globalization, rapid technological advancement and increased competition are hallmarks of today's business landscape. The pressure to find talent with the...
21 July 2014
With the end of the teaching year in sight or already here, many will look back at a year full...
18 July 2014
Employment Minister Esther McVey highlights how employment levels have been rising since 2010, stating that more than 30.5 million people...
18 July 2014
Stephen Timms, Shadow Minister for Employment, outlines what Labour plans to do to progress further on the current economic rise...
18 July 2014
Tony Wilson, policy director at Inclusion, talks about the lack of disabled people and those with health problems acquiring careers...
18 July 2014
Sean Williams, managing director of security services firm G4S, talks to FE News to call for more funding, more personal...