Our thinking on current learning and skills issues, alongside contributions from leading voices across the sector and the political spectrum.
by Whitney Addow • on 02 Dec 2015
A big thank you on behalf of Inclusion and NIACE to all the delegates, supporters, sponsors and speakers that attended our Youth Employment Convention last week. It was truly a day to share and engage with young people in finding more ways to inspire them into sustainable employment.
by Alex Stevenson • on 25 Nov 2015
Alex Stevenson explains how devolution has the potential to develop better adult learning opportunities that genuinely meet the needs of local residents, local communities and the local economy.
by Andrew Carter • on 24 Nov 2015
Andrew Carter, Deputy Chief Executive of Centre for Cities, explains why skills funding matters to local economic growth.
by Steve Mulligan • on 24 Nov 2015
With devolution expected to be a big theme emanating from this week's Spending Review, Steve Muligan makes the case for Cities and Local Areas to be given a formal role in overseeing learning, skills and employment services.
by Stephen Evans • on 20 Nov 2015
This Wednesday's Spending Review will set the framework for policy and debate for the next five years.
Sarah Wait, Community Lead Professional at Manchester Communication Academy, outlines how the Community College addressed the learning needs of over 1,600 local adults with provision continuing to grow.