Skills & Employability Review: A snapshot of hot news, events and infographics trending in the further education and skills sector.
Macleod Associates
The Skills & Employability Review: Issue 15 | May 2014

Guest,

What’s be happening in the world of further education and skills? Here’s our recap of trending news from May.

In this issue:
  • Building Links Between Colleges & Employers
  • Infographic: UK Employment at 30.43 Million
  • New Apprentice Funding Model No: Simple System

Patterns In UK Education & Training - Interactive Maps

/ Explore employment levels and skills training across England & Wales with these great interactive maps.

Using findings from the 2011 census the Office for National Statistics have mapped qualifications and employment in England and Wales to let you explore local and national patterns within the workforce.
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Building Links Between Colleges & Employers

Employer & college engagement is essential to resolve skills gaps in the UK workforce. How we can build these links & prevent future skills shortages?
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Infographic: UK Employment at 30.43 Million

UK labour market statistics show 72.7% of those aged 16-64 are in employment. Check out our latest UK employment Infographic.
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New Apprentice Funding Model 'No Simple System'

Employers will contribute 33% of apprenticeship funding under the new funding system. What do FE leaders have to say?
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Good News!

New figures show the number of NEET is falling across all regions of England.
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Work Related Training: A Language Lost In Translation

Stephen Carrick-Davies, of Facework, on helping young people to understand what the world of work is really like.
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The Role of Governance In Further Education

Good practice in the governance of teaching, learning and assessment - new publication by the 157 Group & Ofsted.
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Will Workers Need A Degree To Land A Job In 2020?

With education costs rising dramatically in the UK, is it possible to not only land a job but have a successful career without having a degree?
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Working With Young People With Autism?

Learn approaches to developing teaching and support strategies. Niace are offering a new 2-day course for tutors, learning support , assessors, trainers and job coaches.
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