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In June the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills announced the National Skills Academy for Creative & Cultural Skills is set to extend to the jewellery sector, but what will happen next? Kathryn Bishop reports.
Last month the Department for… Continue reading
As part of unionlearn’s ongoing commitment to increase capacity, drive up the standard and continually improve the quality of Apprenticeships, unionlearn in the northern region hosted and facilitated a discussion group for local Apprentices to give feedback on their own… Continue reading
The Cogent Technical Apprenticeship Service is delighted to announce that it has become one of the elite few Apprenticeship Training Agencies to complete the rigorous recognition process, conducted by the National Apprenticeship Service (NAS).
Launched only in April 2012, NAS… Continue reading
The frequently returning rain this Summer has irresistibly reminded me of Noah and the Ark. Not so much from a desire that I’d paid greater attention to woodwork classes at school but as a reflection on the lesson that Noah’s… Continue reading
The coalition government has just relaunched its flagship youth contract. Through government backed wage subsidies and other incentives, firms are encouraged to take on unemployed 18 to 24-year-olds and give them a leg up on the employment ladder.
The thinking… Continue reading
With the October 2013 implementation date for universal credit approaching, the government’s proposed regulations for the single benefit payment are causing concern. Some of the details suggest universal credit may do far less to support people moving into work than… Continue reading
A business in Wales is bussing in inmates from an open prison 21 miles away and paying them just £3 a day to man its call centre, the Guardian can reveal.
The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) confirmed that dozens of… Continue reading