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#FlexEconomy set to pump £12 billion in…

Nov 13, 2019 / Sector News

Flexible workspaces are set to contribute £12 billion to local economies in the UK over the next 10 years, according to the first socio-economic study of second-city and suburban workspaces.  The...

Barton Peveril College Girls Can

Nov 13, 2019 / Sector News

Barton Peveril hosted ambassador training for This Girl Can’s Southern Region, on Monday 11th November. 15 of the region’s ambassadors are Barton Peveril students, which means the College has the...

Generous PHX Training managers dig deep …

Nov 13, 2019 / Sector News

Staff at a regional training provider have been spreading generosity by taking part in a global awareness day. Advisers and managers from PHX Training donated parcels of food and hygiene products...

Students encouraged to vote in record numbers

Scotland’s students encouraged to vote…

Nov 13, 2019 / Sector News

Scotland’s education sector has united to encourage students to ‘register, make a plan, and vote’ in record numbers in the upcoming general election. Representatives from across Scottish education – NUS Scotland...

Learn2Live Visit Exeter College to Talk Road Safety

Learn2Live Visit Exeter College to Talk …

Nov 13, 2019 / Sector News

Exeter College hosted the road safety team Learn2Live to talk with students on the dangers of the road and how the impact of a wrong decision can last a lifetime.  The sessions run by the...

Canadian University signs partnership wi…

Nov 13, 2019 / Sector News

UCW and TLG Canada sign partnership with Beifang Education Group University Canada West (UCW) and The Language Gallery (TLG) Canada have signed a three-party partnership agreement with Beifang Education Group, the...

Career fair for people with disabilities in Dashoguz

British Embassy Ashgabat is supporting a…

Nov 13, 2019 / Sector News

British Embassy Ashgabat is supporting people with disabilities in Turkmenistan through a joint project with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and NGO Yenme. This year, the British Embassy in Turkmenistan...

OutSystems Launches First-of-Its-Kind Low-Code School to Train New Professional Low-Code Developers [RealWire]

First-ever Low-Code School opens in the …

Nov 13, 2019 / Sector News

OutSystems Launches First-of-Its-Kind Low-Code School to Train New Professional Low-Code Developers OutSystems , provider of the number one low-code application development platform , today announced that it has opened the first-ever Low-Code School ...

Students from Brecon Beacons College hav…

Nov 13, 2019 / Sector News

Foundation Studies Students from Brecon Beacons College have been hard at work building totem poles for a local Brecon garden with the theme of the design being ‘Peace’. The students have...

WEST LONDON COLLEGE TEACHER ATTENDS GOOG…

Nov 13, 2019 / Sector News

College IT teacher Toby Doncaster was chosen as one of 36 participants from over 2000 applicants to take part in #SWE19 The thought-provoking and for some life-changing, three-day Academy for Google...

Education and Training Foundation Percep…

Nov 13, 2019 / Sector News

Every year, the Education and Training Foundation (ETF) confidentially asks everyone from across the whole Further Education and Training sector what they think about its performance, the quality of the...

Majority of public sector staff do not have the tools to work effectively

Majority of public sector staff do not h…

Nov 13, 2019 / Sector News

Research shows lack of workspace investment is leaving many organisations struggling to attract and retain staff It is well-documented that the public sector has been under considerable strain over the last...

The way we communicate at work is changi…

Nov 13, 2019 / Sector News

Face to face discussion (88%) still trumps as the most effective method to engage Prezi, the visual communications company known for its zoomable presentation platform that is widely used in academia...

Matilda star praises North Wales college…

Nov 12, 2019 / Sector News

KANE OLIVER PARRY has a driving ambition – for his face to appear on the side of a London bus. The former Coleg Cambria student may soon get his wish, having...

The British Academy publishes manifesto for the humanities and social sciences

The British Academy publishes manifesto …

Nov 12, 2019 / Sector News

Ahead of the General Election on 12 December 2019, the British Academy today (12 Nov) publishes a manifesto for the humanities and social sciences, which sets out the ways in which...

THE DEGREES THAT WILL EARN YOU THE MOST …

Nov 12, 2019 / Sector News

Studying at university is a popular choice for many, with Great Britain housing over 100 universities for students to attend, and England alone being home to an impressive 106 higher...

Education technology organisations receive funding to tackle teacher workload

#EdTech organisations receive funding to…

Nov 12, 2019 / Sector News

Education technology organisations receive funding to tackle teacher workload Nesta, the innovation foundation, and the Department for Education have today announced the EdTech organisations that will receive up to £100,000 each...

Dr Mary Bousted, Joint General Secretary of the National Education Union

The General Election is About More Than …

Nov 12, 2019 / Sector News

This General Election is About More Than Brexit This election has to be about more than Brexit. In the last twenty-four hours Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson have once again tried...

General Election 2019: Nuffield-funded f…

Nov 12, 2019 / Sector News

12 November 2019 With a month to go until the General Election it is essential that public debate is underpinned by independent, rigorous analysis and fact checking. To facilitate this, we...

NUS Scotland respond to Scottish Labour Minimum Student Income announcement

Scottish Labour Minimum Student Income a…

Nov 12, 2019 / Sector News

NUS Scotland respond to Scottish Labour Minimum Student Income announcement Scottish Labour have committed to introduce a new Minimum Student Income of £9,500 per year, made up of bursaries and loans...

Labour’s plans for a National Educatio…

Nov 12, 2019 / Sector News

Angela Rayner, Labour’s Shadow Education Secretary, Outlining Labour’s plans for a National Education Service in a speech in Blackpool today (12 Nov), said: Thank you, Jeremy. And thank you to Gordon...

Emerging economies are increasingly reco…

Nov 12, 2019 / Sector News

Emerging economies making more use of Independent Training Providers to improve skills, joint British Council / AELP research finds Countries in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia are increasingly recognising the importance...

Full text of Jeremy Corbyn's speech on the National Education Service

Labour’s plans for a National Educatio…

Nov 12, 2019 / Sector News

Jeremy Corbyn, Leader of the Labour Party, outlining Labour’s plans for a National Education Service at a speech in Blackpool today, said: Many people will know that if Labour is elected...

School pupils get expert support at Clar…

Nov 12, 2019 / Sector News

Pupils from Longdendale High School gain an insight into the next steps of education and future careers at Clarendon Sixth Form College with art workshops. The pupils were given expert advice...

Oxford success for Clarendon Sixth Form…

Nov 12, 2019 / Sector News

Three students from Clarendon Sixth Form College have places at Oxford University in their sights, as they start a prestigious study programme. Nyall Duane, Tyler Scanlon and Catherine Hartland have all...

Imperial graduate named UK’s most prom…

Nov 12, 2019 / Sector News

George Winfield founded Spyras and is developing a paper-based sensor to identify sepsis in patients by accurately monitoring their breathing rate. George Winfield, Founder and CEO of SPYRAS has been announced...

Neil Carberry CEO at the Recruitment & Employment Confederation

Jobs market stable despite uncertainty a…

Nov 12, 2019 / Sector News

ONS labour market statistics: jobs market stable despite uncertainty and Brexit turmoil The UK jobs market remained stable in the three months to September with the employment rate down by just...

Coventry College student takes first ste…

Nov 12, 2019 / Sector News

One of Coventry College’s most promising rugby talents has taken another step towards stardom after making his first senior appearance for one of the UK’s best-known rugby clubs. Former Coventry College...

Double Award for Rising Highway Engineer…

Nov 12, 2019 / Sector News

At Bath College’s recent Celebrating Success Awards, Peter King was recognised by the College as Distance Learning Student of the Year in front of his peers in the Guildhall, Bath...

Jeffrey Boateng: from CONEL student to f…

Nov 12, 2019 / Sector News

Progressing onto our two-year Level 3 Sports course in September 2013, Jeffrey had already secured himself a work placement role in the college’s sports centre in Enfield which he maintained throughout his...

Stephen Isherwood, ISE Chief Executive

Institute of Student Employers sets out …

Nov 12, 2019 / Sector News

Institute of Student Employers (ISE) has launched a pre-election manifesto, representing the calls of hundreds of Britain’s largest employers who collectively bring tens of thousands of young people into high...

Less than the cost of a cup of coffee is being spent on providing careers advice to young people in our schools and colleges

Less than the cost of a cup of coffee is…

Nov 12, 2019 / Sector News

Careers England in association with NAHT and the WorthLess? campaign On the 12th November at the national Careers England Summit in London a report will be published which reveals that schools...

Localism key to addressing skills shortage crisis, says Edge

Localism key to addressing skills shorta…

Nov 12, 2019 / Sector News

Education policy and industrial strategy needs to be better aligned at a local level, the Chair of education charity the Edge Foundation will say today (12 Nov), at an event...

New era of learning throughout life: Lib…

Nov 11, 2019 / Sector News

The Liberal Democrats have set out their vision for a “new era of learning throughout life” with the creation of an ambitious Skills Wallet. This will give every adult £10,000...

Putting the Edge into Education

Nov 11, 2019 / Sector News

Education institutions across the board from primary schools to universities, are confronted with various difficulties in supporting their students with enlightening technological learning experiences. With this in mind, how can all...

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UCU warns: Strikes are on the cards afte…

Nov 11, 2019 / Sector News

Colleges are facing potential disruption in the new year after the University and College Union (UCU) accused employers of a “breach of faith” over pay and said it would consult...

Cambridge Regional College students pay …

Nov 11, 2019 / Sector News

Students and staff paused for two minutes to pay respect to our Armed Forces community, past and present.  Remembrance Day 2019 saw members of the colege pack into our sports hall...

REAL LIVING WAGE INCREASES TO £9.30 IN …

Nov 11, 2019 / Sector News

The Living Wage Foundation announces new UK Living Wage hourly rate of £9.30 per hour, an increase of 30p per hour  The new London Living Wage is £10.75 per hour, an...

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City & Guilds Group acquires Intertr…

Nov 11, 2019 / Sector News

City & Guilds Group, a leader in demand-led skills development, has today announced the acquisition of Intertrain, one of the UK’s leading training providers for railway infrastructure. Established in 1997, Intertrain...

The Class of 2020 think-tank finds stude…

Nov 11, 2019 / Sector News

Student housing and coliving CEO’s call for radical reform to resolve housing crisis and advocates ‘Blended Living’ as an innovative solution for the next generation of global citizens. Investors set to...

Durham MBA ranked in Global Top 10 for S…

Nov 11, 2019 / Sector News

The Durham University Business School Full-time MBA has been ranked 7th in the world by the Corporate Knights Better World MBA Ranking 2019, which evaluates the extent to which programmes integrate sustainability knowledge and skills...

The UK jobs machine continues to deliver despite Brexit uncertainty

The UK jobs machine continues to deliver…

Nov 11, 2019 / Sector News

UK employers continue to shrug off Brexit uncertainty with new hires Brexit uncertainty has yet to take its toll on employers’ hiring expectations, with both public and private sector employers expecting...

Apprenticeship funding bands: 30 band st…

Nov 11, 2019 / Sector News

The apprenticeship standards funding bands document has been updated today (Oct 24) The Secretary of State for Education approved 13 funding band changes in July as part of the review of...

STEM Awards ceremony celebrates Brockenh…

Nov 11, 2019 / Sector News

Top STEM students from Brockenhurst College had their academic efforts recognised and celebrated at the College’s STEM Awards ceremony on Wednesday. Winners were rewarded with certificates and cash prizes for their...

FutureLearn and Leiden University partne…

Nov 11, 2019 / Sector News

Leiden University has partnered with FutureLearn.com, Europe’s leading social learning platform, to expand its online learning offering. The university plans to launch courses in early 2020 and hopes to deliver...

Connor Andrews former Uniformed Public Services student from Barking & Dagenham receiving his Middlesex University Community Scholarship

Community-spirited Barking & Dagenha…

Nov 11, 2019 / Sector News

A former Uniformed Public Services student from Barking & Dagenham College has won a university scholarship for demonstrating a commitment to his community. The Middlesex University Community Scholarship is awarded to...

Improving access and participation in hi…

Nov 11, 2019 / Sector News

Dan West, Policy and Research Lead for Social Mobility at the University of Derby, explains the importance of taking a new approach in the University’s Access and Participation Plan (APP). In...

Students from Surrey school meet with Pr…

Nov 11, 2019 / Sector News

Local YE teams meet HRH the Earl of Wessex as part of his Surrey Hills Enterprise visit Students from Guildford High School were presented to the Earl of Wessex, Prince Edward...

Renovation project transforms College te…

Nov 11, 2019 / Sector News

Electrical and Electronic Engineering Room 305, post-renovationThirty-one teaching and study locations at the South Kensington & Charing Cross campuses have been upgraded, with input from staff and students. Computing suites, break-out...

An unproductive and dissatisfied workfor…

Nov 11, 2019 / Sector News

UK BUSINESSES COULD LOSE UP TO £195 MILLION A DAY AS HALF OF BRITS LOOK TO CHANGE JOBS IN THE NEXT YEAR UK businesses could lose up to £195 million a...

Anti-Bullying Week #ChangeStartsWithUs

Nov 11, 2019 / Sector News

#AntiBullyingWeek takes place from 11 to 15 November Over three quarters of schools in the UK are expected to celebrate Anti-Bullying Week 2019, taking place from 11 to 15 November, sending...

‘League table’ of underfunding for s…

Nov 09, 2019 / Sector News

Constituencies League Table for School Funding in England Today the National Education Union publishes a ‘league table’ of underfunding for schools, showing what is at stake constituency-by-constituency in this General Election...

Families will be thrown a lifeline by early-years plans, says UNISON

Labour Party proposes to expand free chi…

Nov 08, 2019 / Sector News

Labour Party policy on Early Years Education  National Education Union comment on Early Years education plans by Labour Commenting on the Labour Party's commitment to invest in early years education, Kevin Courtney, Joint General...

Launching the first European Universitie…

Nov 08, 2019 / Sector News

Young Universities for the Future of Europe (YUFE) helps launch European Universities initiative in Brussels The Young Universities for the Future of Europe (YUFE) alliance helped launch the European Universities Initiative this...

Olympic shooting champion opens Sparshol…

Nov 08, 2019 / Sector News

Sparsholt College’s 450-acre countryside campus has officially added a state-of-the-art new 100 metre Outdoor Rifle Range to its comprehensive list of student facilities.  This is a fantastic new addition to the...

“You learn more from your mistakes tha…

Nov 08, 2019 / Sector News

John Allan CBE, Imperial's new Chair of Council John Allan CBE, the incoming Chair of Imperial’s Council, said we should be more tolerant of people trying and failing. You’re not around as...

AC-ET Goes Backstage for Leeds City Coll…

Nov 08, 2019 / Sector News

A.C. Entertainment Technologies Ltd (AC-ET) has partnered with Leeds City College to supply a full range of industry-leading production technologies for the institution’s new theatre at the £60m state-of-the-art Quarry Hill...

Colleges announce talks about possible …

Nov 08, 2019 / Sector News

Two colleges in Greater Manchester have today announced that they are to explore the opportunity of a possible merger aimed at providing a single, improved educational offer that will better...

London School of Business and Finance be…

Nov 08, 2019 / Sector News

London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) is pleased to announce that it has become a member of the prestigious Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Having successfully proven...

HRH Prince Charles welcomes NMiTE’s in…

Nov 08, 2019 / Sector News

On 5 November 2019, The Prince of Wales met representatives from NMiTE (New Model in Technology and Engineering), which aims to become the engineering university for and of the future...

Students will learn a wealth of skills t…

Nov 08, 2019 / Sector News

Berlin School of Business and Innovation announces new programmes in partnership with Concordia University Chicago Berlin School of Business and Innovation (BSBI), has announced a partnership with Concordia University Chicago (CUC)...

North Wales college attracting next gene…

Nov 08, 2019 / Sector News

A LAND-BASED college welcomed the cream of young farmers to Denbighshire for a series of workshops designed to attract aspiring entrepreneurs to the dairy industry  Coleg Cambria Llysfasi is hosting the Royal Association...

NVQ levels are one of the most recognise…

Nov 08, 2019 / Sector News

How to choose NVQ levels NVQ levels are one of the most recognised qualifications favourable to the construction industry. The qualification carries valid confidence in a candidate’s competency. Many construction firms...

New cyber deception lab helps MOD take the fight to network attackers

Defence Cyber School initiative will tak…

Nov 07, 2019 / Sector News

Cranfield University and the Defence Cyber School at the Defence Academy, Shrivenham, are working together to develop a national focal point for cyber deception and help the UK Ministry of...

University tower tours raises £38,000 f…

Nov 07, 2019 / Sector News

Thousands of people have now climbed the steps to the top of the University of Bristol’s Wills Memorial Building as part of the Tower Tours, held to raise money for...

AELP Top 4 priorities for the 2019 Gener…

Nov 07, 2019 / Sector News

AELP Recommendations for the 2019 General Election Manifestos AELP has responded to the calling of a general election on 12 December 2019 by publishing a one-page summary of our most important...

New scholarship to accelerate participat…

Nov 07, 2019 / Sector News

Imperial has established a groundbreaking scholarship for black students thanks to a generous donation from three Imperial alumni. The Lara & Biodun Olanrewaju Scholarship, which was awarded for the first time...

New report reveals the top 100 UK cities…

Nov 07, 2019 / Sector News

In the first year of trading 91% of small businesses will succeed, However, after five years, only four out of ten small businesses are still trading. And after 10, it’s...

Chinese Education Alliance: Brecon Beaco…

Nov 07, 2019 / Sector News

Chinese teachers came to the NPTC Group of Colleges to learn how to deliver vocational qualifications Level 3 Business and IT students from Brecon Beacons College were joined by two Chinese...

London Design Competition runners up Jessica Monschke, left, and Kiera Bradley, right.

Rugeley pupils win national acclaim afte…

Nov 07, 2019 / Sector News

Focused on helping the community Two Rugeley Sixth Formers have won high praise in a prestigious national design competition which focused on helping the community. The Hart School students Kiera Bradley, aged...

NASUWT PLEDGES SUPPORT FOR SUZY LAMPLUGH WORKPLACE SAFETY CHARTER

NASUWT PLEDGES SUPPORT FOR SUZY LAMPLUGH…

Nov 07, 2019 / Sector News

The NASUWT has today, on National Personal Safety Day, pledged its support for  the Suzy Lamplugh Trust’s ‘Suzy’s Charter for Workplace Safety’. The charter is to help employers and...

SCHOOLS AND UNIVERSITIES TOLD TO REMAIN VIGILANT ON RADON AS ENERGY EFFICIENCY PUSH RAISES RISK

The drive for energy efficiency is raisi…

Nov 07, 2019 / Sector News

COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES TOLD TO REMAIN VIGILANT ON RADON AS ENERGY EFFICIENCY PUSH RAISES RISK   With Radon Awareness Week underway, Bureau Veritas is reminding schools and universities of the importance of...

HRH Prince Edward, The Earl of Wessex, presents South Eastern Regional College’s John Nixon and Michelle Hickland, with the Duke of Edinburgh Award Operating Licence at Hillsborough Castle.

South Eastern Regional College Presented…

Nov 07, 2019 / Sector News

Representatives from South Eastern Regional College (SERC) recently attended Hillsborough Castle for an official presentation of a Duke of Edinburgh Award Operating Licence by, HRH Prince Edward, The Earl of...

University and college leaders launch 12…

Nov 07, 2019 / Sector News

University and college leaders are being urged to redouble their efforts to tackle climate change by committing to the newly-formed Climate Commission which aims to create a clear, cohesive and...

Childcare and early years providers surv…

Nov 07, 2019 / Sector News

Statistics on the characteristics of early years providers in England. Documents Main summary: survey of childcare and early years providers 2019 PDF, 529KB, 18 pages This file may not be suitable for users of...

More people than ever want to be a docto…

Nov 07, 2019 / Sector News

A record 23,710 people have applied to study medicine at university next September, up 6 per cent on last year. Applications for 2020 medicine courses had to be submitted to UCAS...

University of Bristol pledges its suppor…

Nov 07, 2019 / Sector News

Students from the University's Law School will offer pro bono legal support on a range of issues, from housing to employment rights. Bristol is the latest higher education institution in the...

OECD Education and Skills Webinar Series: Q&A Webinar - Supporting schools with better human resource policies

Supporting schools with better human res…

Nov 06, 2019 / Sector News

The staff working in schools are the most important resource for today’s education systems, both educationally and financially. Strengthening, recognising and preserving the positive impact that teachers, school leaders and other...

Vivi Friedgut, Blackbullion founder and CEO

Empowering students through financial ca…

Nov 06, 2019 / Sector News

Blackbullion partners with the University of Reading to drive financial #wellbeing strategy Blackbullion, the edtech startup transforming financial education for students, has been appointed by the University of Reading to deliver...

HundrED Announces World’s Most Inspiri…

Nov 06, 2019 / Sector News

During the invite-only HundrED Innovation Summit there will also be a focus on new funding support for innovators In a commitment to help K12 innovations spread across borders, HundrED.org, a Finnish education nonprofit...

£13m redevelopment for Harrow College n…

Nov 06, 2019 / Sector News

A £13m redevelopment project at Harrow College to create state-of-the-art facilities for construction and digital skills training is underway thanks to Mayor of London cash. The college’s Harrow-on-the-Hill campus is undergoing...

The female welder inspiring more girls i…

Nov 06, 2019 / Sector News

Meet the female welder on a mission to get more girls into engineering When Chloe Sales told her family and friends that she’d decided to become a welder, they all advised...

Top five reasons to choose a career in engineering

Top five reasons to choose a career in e…

Nov 06, 2019 / Sector News

She’s one of the youngest people in her workplace – but Abbie Beaver hasn’t looked back since setting her sights on a career in engineering. And the 17-year-old apprentice hopes her...

Professional Standards continue to impro…

Nov 06, 2019 / Sector News

Today (6 Nov) at the Society for Education and Training’s (SET) annual conference in Birmingham, the Education and Training Foundation (ETF) released findings into the extent to which the Professional...

Barnsley College to run Construction, Di…

Nov 06, 2019 / Sector News

Barnsley College is offering exciting new technical courses (T Levels) in Construction, Digital and Education and Childcare. T Levels are a new two-year qualification, equivalent to three A Levels, for 16...

South Eastern Regional College’s Downpatrick Campus has recently installed an Amentio floatation and treatment bed which they showcased for industry guests who recently visited the College to speak with students about employment opportunities in the Spa sector. (L-R) Aisling McClenaghan, Lecturer, Eunice Kerr, Deputy Head of School Niamh Rice, Spa Manager, Culloden Estate and Spa, Sioux Lee, ESPA International Business Manager, and Fiona Quinn, Lecturer.

South Eastern Regional College students …

Nov 06, 2019 / Sector News

Level 3 Spa Therapy students at South Eastern Regional College (SERC) got the full treatment about working in a five-star spa environment when leading professionals called into the College to...

Mates in Mind highlights mental health statistics as a stark warning to employers of the cost to workers and businesses if workplace mental health is not properly understood.

Employers must ensure that they are inve…

Nov 06, 2019 / Sector News

Mates in Mind highlights mental health statistics as a stark warning to employers of the cost to workers and businesses if workplace mental health is not properly understood Following the release...

Indulgence Academy student’s brush wit…

Nov 06, 2019 / Sector News

DRIVE and ambition to get to the top has earned talented make-up artistry learner Lisa Finley a major national beauty award. Lisa, 22, was awarded third prize in the Fashion Make-up...

BIEA International #STEM Competition: In…

Nov 06, 2019 / Sector News

BIEA International STEM Competition – New Partnership in China Announced British International Education Association (BIEA) is pleased to announce a partnership with Soong Ching Ling Science and Culture Centre for Young...

How choosing a law #apprenticeship over …

Nov 06, 2019 / Sector News

Charlie Hayward, now 21, achieved impressive grades for his A-levels and subsequently was offered a place at Lancaster University to study law - but he turned it down to pursue...

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