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Sooraj Shah | Computing | 08 January 2013 | 11:10
A new partnership between the National Skills Academy for IT, training provider NITP and telecoms giant BT will create 550 IT apprenticeships in 2013.
Some 100 apprentice jobs in small… Continue reading
A dated management dogma drives Michael Gove’s education reforms, not evidence of what works
Michael Gove reads aloud from The Lost World of British Communism at the London Festival of Education in November 2012. Photograph: Luke Macgregor/Reuters
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Secure academies among proposals to boost offenders’ education
By Neil Puffett, Monday 07 January 2013
A radical shake-up of young offender education could see the introduction of new secure academies and free schools, the Youth Justice Board has revealed.
The… Continue reading
We are now recruiting for our 2013-14 intake of trainees.
Details of the eight full-time and one part-time bursary traineeships are listed below.
The deadline for applications for the EHSI North East 2013-14 Bursary Placements is Thursday… Continue reading
Tom Newcombe, 28 Nov 2012
It states that one in 10 of all workers in the UK are now officially underemployed.
The ONS said 1.9 million of the underemployed were in part-time jobs and this meant, in turn, that 24%… Continue reading
Our research into people on low incomes found little sign of the stereotype of the workshy claimant who doesn’t deserve help
‘Low-income groups make up about 30% of the UK population – hardly a hidden underclass.’ Photograph: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images… Continue reading
A loophole in the government’s Youth Contract means that tens of thousands of disadvantaged young people are being excluded from the scheme, claims the charity Barnado’s.
The £1 billion Youth Contract was introduced by deputy prime minister Nick Clegg earlier… Continue reading
Richard Review calls for more employer focused Apprenticeships
Tuesday, 27 November 2012 00:00
Doug Richard’s highly anticipated review of Apprenticeships has outlined the need to make the programme more employer focused to meet the needs of a changing economy.
The… Continue reading
Funding news – 15/11/2012
Launch of Liverpool Youth Contract Apprenticeship Wage Subsidy
The Liverpool Youth Contract Apprenticeship Wage Subsidy has now launched.
The aim of the scheme is to provide funding to employers to support the recruitment of young people… Continue reading
Just one in 20 aided by back to work scheme
Fewer than one in 20 unemployed people referred to the Government’s flagship back-to-work programme has found a permanent job, ministers are preparing to admit.
It was “proving difficult” to return… Continue reading