Feast and Famine: Re-balancing funding in HE and FE
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The 3 sets of relationships we all have with work
YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH WORK Have a look at this diagram: ...

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24% of pupils admit to having taken drugs
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What can educational practitioners learn from academic social research?
CONTRARY to popular belief educational practitioners and soc...

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Millions are unhappy at work, but some apprentice employers are bucking the trend
A staggering 4.3 million UK employees report being unhappy a...

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5 Steps to Introducing the Concept of Grading With Your Apprentices
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Skills Devolution – Dividing Opinion or Delivering Opportunity?
The national landscapes of policy and practice in the realms...

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Feast and Famine: Re-balancing funding in HE and...
How will the #AugarReview affect further education in...
The 3 sets of relationships we all have...
24% of pupils admit to having taken drugs...
What can educational practitioners learn from academic social...
Millions are unhappy at work, but some apprentice...
5 Steps to Introducing the Concept of Grading...
Skills Devolution – Dividing Opinion or Delivering Opportunity?...

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Non-linear career movements are the new norm

Debbie Lentz, President of Global Supply Chain at RS Components

To achieve success it's no secret that you need to work hard. Everyone's career goals are personal to them; some pursue a specific career to benefit financially, whilst others are passionate about certain areas -...

Preparing for an #AI world: Changing education to focus on human intelligence

Rose Luckin, Professor of Learner Centred Design, UCL Knowledge Lab

Many people, including the World Education Forum are telling us that we are now entering the Fourth Industrial Revolution – the time when many factors across the globe, including the way that AI is powering...

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Debbie Lentz, President of Global Supply Chain at RS Components

Non-linear career movements are the new …

Jun 18, 2019 / FE Voices

To achieve success it's no secret that you need to work hard. Everyone's career goals are personal to them; some pursue a specific career to benefit financially, whilst others are passionate about certain areas - for example, ensuring a customer’s needs are always met - and those people will work...

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Luke Sibieta, Research Fellow, IFS

Extra spending on education in England -…

Jun 18, 2019 / FE Video

Almost all the candidates in the Conservative leadership election have promised higher levels of spending and there are reports the outgoing Prime Minister plans to announce an increase. The Labour Party have committed to reverse past cuts to education spending and protect it going forwards. With a Spending Review of some form...

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Kendal College students named UK Young S…

Jun 18, 2019 / Sector News

Two young chefs from Kendal College have won the 2019 UK Young Seafood Chef of the Year competition after beating eight other teams in the final, held on Friday (14th) at the Grimsby Institute, Grimsby. The competition – sponsored by Seafish, the public body that supports the £10bn UK seafood industry–...

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