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FE News is the largest online news site for the Further Education, Skills / Work Based Learning and Welfare to Work sector
FE News is the largest online news site for the Further Education, Skills / Work Based Learning and Welfare to Work sector

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Apprenticeship dropouts are as important as university ones: In 2018, drop-out rates among university students went up for the third year in a row, according...
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Apprenticeship dropouts are as important as university ones: In 2018, drop-out rates among university students went up for the third year in a row, according...
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Video: City & Guilds Group: About us: Helping people achieve their potential through learning is core to what we do. Our purpose is the...
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News: CIVIC UNIVERSITY COMMISSION REPORT: Responding to the report by the Civic University Commission, which sets out the place of universities in civic life, Cllr Mark Hawthorne, Chairman of the Local Government Association’s People and Places Board, said: “Universities across the country can often make a critical contribution, working with councils and other partners to address key economic and social challenges at the local level.   “This timely report further highlights the significant benefits for local communities arising ...
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There is evidence to suggest that most public service transformations fail – but also that successful transformations share a certain set of characteristics. But, FE Can Learn From The Success Of Other Sectors, says @Matt_Hamnett #MiniSeries #BeatingTheOdds #Transformation
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Video: #ForgingTalent for 140 Years | City & Guilds Group: Did you know that the City & Guilds Group turns 140 this year? Learn how the Group has grown and...
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Engineering duo receive double recognition from Institute of Engineering and Technology Award and Siemens Digital Award: Hard work and dedication have paid off for two former engineering students from South Eastern Regional College (SERC) Bangor Campus who have recently received two awards for their innovative Greenpower Formula 24+ race car project that the duo completed for their final year projects. James Robinson, a former Sullivan Upper School pupil and Simon Keys, a former Bangor Academy pupil both came to SERC after completing their A Levels to study ...
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Airbus and college engineering partnership has really taken off: AN ENGINEERING degree has taken off thanks to a college partnership with a world-leading plane maker. The collaboration between Coleg Cambria, Swansea University and Airbus has attracted high-calibre students to the BEng in Aeronautical and Manufacturing Engineering. The second cohort graduated at the South Wales institution just weeks ago, having enjoyed working and studying at the Airbus factory in Broughton and Cambria’s multi-million-pound facilities in Deeside and Wrexham. Salah Berdouk, Deputy Director for ...
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Rolls-Royce’s Learning and Development Centre introduces the #MeetLikeAHero initiative to help cancer research: Fight cancer at work. Or in your sleep. Simply download @vodafoneUK’s DreamLab app and your phone could be actively helping cancer research whilst charging. Learn more https://t.co/yLwQzcllaR #MeetLikeAHero pic.twitter.com/65JR54guyl — Rolls-Royce (@RollsRoyce) Vodafone is working with UK businesses Rolls-Royce plc and The British Council to pilot a new initiative that uses DreamLab, a crowdsourcing app, to help increase productivity while speeding up cancer research. Introduced at Rolls-Royce’s Learning and Development Centre in ...
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Barking & Dagenham College student shaves off hair for charity: Hair today, gone tomorrow! A Barking & Dagenham College engineering student has shaved off all his hair to raise over £300 for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust. Hassan Abdullah, 17, from Dagenham, was inspired to do something for the charity after meeting his girlfriend’s sister who has Cystic Fibrosis.  This is a genetic condition affecting more than 10,000 people in the UK.  Hassan said: “Cystic Fibrosis is not a well-known condition.  I wanted to make ...
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