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The number of women in UK engineering jobs is worryingly low, at just 6pc, new research shows. Louisa Peacock talks to Laurie-Ann Benner, one of two women at her company, on what it’s like to be outnumbered.
Surrounded at work… Continue reading
By Neil Puffett, Friday 03 August 2012
Calls to improve mental health services, boost employment opportunities and provide young people with education on their legal rights have all made it onto the UK Youth Parliament’s (UKYP) manifesto for 2013.
The… Continue reading
The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills has produced a prospectus outlining plans to create a guild for Further Education.
This means that if plans go ahead the FE guild will have more control over how the curriculum for Further… Continue reading
While working for Channel 4 graduates will attend UCL (University College London) on a part time basis working towards a PhD in statistics, which will involve a blend of project-based research groups, multidisciplinary collaborations and individual research programmes. They will… Continue reading
FE news | Published in TES magazine on 3 August, 2012 | By: Joseph Lee
Walk in inspectors’ shoes if you want to lead colleges, she urges
The new president of the Association of Colleges (AoC) has called for more… Continue reading
With leadership – especially the lack of effective leadership – in the headlines recently, head of employer branding and insight Neil Harrison argues against a blanket response to perceived failure. “For the sake of employee engagement,” he says, “don’t apply… Continue reading
For the next three hours the isle was full of noises as Britain’s idyll gave way to Britain’s Armageddon, the invention of our story tellers, the brilliance of our engineers, the commitment of our nurses gave way to the wit… Continue reading
When the Olympics where announced 7 years ago and discussions ensued around costs, legacy and what can be or should be achieved through the biggest sporting show on earth, who would have believed that in one days sporting action, an… Continue reading