Skills England to bring together central and local government
SKILLS

Skills England to bring together central and local government

By Dan Peters | 22 July 2024

A new body will provide strategic oversight of the post-16 skills system, bringing together central and local government, businesses, training providers and unions, the Government said this week.

EDUCATION

Levelling up progress 'glacial', think-tank says

By William Eichler | 19 June 2024

Progress on levelling up in England has been ‘glacial’ and – according to some metrics – inequali...

EDUCATION

Devolution needs to deliver for learners

By Graeme Atherton | 04 June 2024

Graeme Atherton says further devolution of funding for skills provision has to be a core goal, bu...

HUMAN RESOURCES

Learning to stop attrition

14 May 2024

Toby Barnard explores the impact an effective learning and development programme can have on empl...

HUMAN RESOURCES

The key to a sustainable workforce

By Mark Bearn | 23 April 2024

At a time when candidates are in high demand and often can call the shots, a well-defined employe...

ECONOMIC GROWTH

Delicate decisions

23 April 2024

Three myths are holding back Labour’s growth plans, but there are ways to increase investment wit...

SKILLS

Gaining skills: Overcoming the barriers in Great Yarmouth

By Sheila Oxtoby | 22 April 2024

Great Yarmouth's skills and employability strategy will provide a positive, collaborative framewo...

ECONOMIC GROWTH

Devolution needs to be more 'Kevin Keegan'

By Henry Kippin | 22 April 2024

If the UK wants to emerge from its ‘odd decade’ into a better place, it must use devolution to bo...

ADULT SOCIAL CARE

An uplifting social alliance

By Mark Whitehead | 26 March 2024

Young people with learning disabilities want to work, but more supported internships are needed. ...

FINANCE

Governing the local AI revolution

By Amardeep Gill | 13 March 2024

A nuanced approach to governance is needed to successfully navigate the challenge of integrating ...

RECRUITMENT

Adult services will reap the benefits of data

By Sam Villis | 13 March 2024

A pioneering initiative funded through the apprenticeship levy is aimed at fostering a community ...

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