The Skills and Apprenticeship Minister, Robert Halfon, was warmly received and kicked off the proceedings by throwing away his prepared speech and getting immediately to the point.
Our thinking on current learning and skills issues, alongside contributions from leading voices across the sector and the political spectrum.
by Elizabeth Davies • on 28 Nov 2016
The What Employers Want programme provides the resources for practitioners to train and support unemployed young people to carry out face to face interviews with local employers, in order to help develop their understanding of what an ‘employable young person’ looks like from the perspective of the employer.
Forging a career in the museums and heritage sector has always been a bit of a tricky prospect.
by Tony Wilson • on 03 Nov 2016
“Preventing people from falling out of work because of ill health is always better than having to pick up the pieces afterwards.
by Paul Bivand • on 31 Oct 2016
Employers signal information to potential recruits in a number of ways. Firstly, whether they are recruiting at all, and the methods they use to advertise jobs. Secondly, the pay offered.
Achieving the award as the National Inspirational Tutor of the Year is such an honour and privilege.