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Many of the 335,000-strong UK cohort of A-level students will be nursing hangovers this morning, having partied hard in celebration of their results. Others will be dismayed to find that they haven’t got a university place: UCAS data this week… Continue reading
Insurance super firm Plexus Law has launched its own apprenticeship, which incorporates a government-backed scheme, with the first intake set to start in late August 2012. The two-year programme is based on the conventional training contract model and guarantees that… Continue reading
Access to funding
Further Education Colleges and training providers are allocated funds by the SFA at the beginning of each academic year according to bids they submit. To access funds FE colleges and training providers must be on the Approved… Continue reading
The workshop was officially opened by Dodoma Regional Education Officer, Mr. Remegius Ntyama, on behalf of the Minister for Education and Vocational Training, Dr. Shukuru Kawambwa. In his speech, Dr. Kawambwa, highlighted that currently there is no isolated vocational education… Continue reading
Major Gloucestershire employer The Warranty Group has hired two new apprentices as part of a raft of initiatives to develop the business.
The insurance company, one of the Forest of Dean’s largest employers, has taken on the pair to join… Continue reading
I had an opportunity recently to spend some time in Switzerland, talking to government, employers and educationists. What struck me is the prominence of vocational education and training and how it contributes to their economy.
The focus on vocational education… Continue reading
Social workers and teachers will be offered training to improve young deaf people’s access to legal support, after a report found that too often young people are unaware of help available to them.
The Royal Association for Deaf People’s Deaf… Continue reading
The Forum for Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering Skills (FAMES) is aiming to significantly increase the number of apprentices recruited in the sector this year while also taking on more graduates and up-skilling existing workforces.
The group will be made up… Continue reading