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13 Jan 2021
EasyJet cabin crew who are on furlough will be trained to administer coronavirus vaccines as the government rolls-out mass vaccination...
4 Jan 2021
Medical professionals such as dentists say they have been unable to offer support to administer coronavirus vaccines due to an...
23 Dec 2020
There needs to be a step-change in the way England approaches incentivising apprenticeships, argues Helen Booth.
15 Dec 2020
Government departments have been ordered to scrap unconscious bias training for civil servants after a study found no evidence of...
2 Nov 2020
City & Guilds has urged the government to devolve skills and training to the UK's regions.
2 Nov 2020
Nine in 10 manufacturers have benefitted from adopting digital processes during the pandemic, but the majority are worried the education...
29 Oct 2020
The UK’s skills gap could be tackled by creating sector specialist ‘employer hubs’ at local colleges.
19 Oct 2020
Tesco, Arla Foods and Tata Steel are among employers backing a campaign to persuade the government to rethink plans to scrap the Union Learning Fund.
7 Oct 2020
A well-designed learning experience should include the opportunity to share and gain knowledge from colleagues, even when they are geographically...
18 Sep 2020
Half of employees want to use their professional skills on volunteer projects.
6 May 2020
By focusing on career progression, The Co-op’s award-winning retail apprenticeship programme is helping improve retention and alter the outdated perception...
16 Apr 2020
Education secretary sides with critics of levy's use for senior management apprenticeships.
24 Feb 2020
Staff at public venues could be required to learn how they should respond to acts of terrorism under a new...
16 Jan 2020
Critics of the apprenticeship levy need to understand the system is still new and employers are exploring what works.