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6 & 7 July | Conference | Cambridge
The further education and skills sector is facing a growing crisis in recruiting and retaining appropriately qualified staff.
The report explores how an independent regulator can be structured to function in an effective manner by delivering maximum value for the fans.
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In this report, the Lifelong Education Commission seeks to explore the emerging role of microcredentials in modular learning and how a common understanding can enable alternative pathways to higher level qualifications in the UK.
Proposals for reform and increasing the speed of enforcement action in Big Tech competition cases
Online Event | 27 April | 11:30 - 12:30
NEW LIFELONG EDUCATION COMMISSION REPORT
This manifesto outlines ten key policies that would enable local areas to take significant forward strides in crafting skills and education policies that can meet their current and future needs.
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In this first report, the Lifelong Education Commission seeks to recommend how the barriers to adult learning can be removed; what future investment is needed to support this; and what change is needed to ensure the maximum flexibility that will benefit learners and deliver on the promise of a whole system change for lifelong education.
On the 24th of November 1999, the United Kingdom banned the use of asbestos. Twenty years later and this toxic...
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