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on 19 Jul 2016

New Chief Executive at Learning and Work Institute

Stephen EvansStephen Evans will take over in September as CEO at Learnin

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on 14 Jul 2016

A new chapter with a new Secretary of State

David Hughes responds to the appointment of Justine Green as Secretary of State for Education, with responsibility for futher and higher education; and apprenticeships. 

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on 11 Jul 2016

L&W response to disability apprenticeship recommendations

David Hughes, Learning and Work Institute chief executive, responds to recommendations from Paul Maynard's taskforce on access to apprenticeships for those with disabilities. 

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on 08 Jul 2016

Learning and Work Institute respond to Sainsbury Review and Skills Plan

The government has today (Friday 8 July) published the Post-16 Skill

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on 06 Jul 2016

Learning and Work Institute respond to All Party Parliamentary Group report

Learning and Work Institute's Chief Executive David Hughes responds to All-Party Parliamentary Group report

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on 05 Jul 2016

We can't wait 200 years to halve disability employment gap: IntoWork Convention 2016

Learning and Work publishes full programme for IntoWork Convention 2016

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Carers Week 2016

on 06 Jun 2016

Breaking down barriers to learning and work for young adult carers - Carers Week 2016

To mark the start of Carers Week 2016, Learning and Work Institute is launching new resources developed through our successful 'WE Care' project to help build more carer friendly communities.

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on 26 May 2016

Learning and Work Institute looks for a new Chief Executive

The Learning and Work Institute Chief Executive, David Hughes, has been appointed Chief Executive at the Association of Colleges (AoC)

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on 25 May 2016

1.3 million young people spend 6 months out of education, employment and training

Research published today in the ‘Youth Jobs Index’ by Impetus-PEF, a charity supporting disadvantaged young people in the UK, reveals an average of 1.3 million (17%1) 16 to 24 year olds spend 6 mon

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