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on 13 Apr 2016

A Learning and Work Agenda for the next Mayor of London

The next Mayor of London can support 300,000 new jobs, cut working poverty and boost Londoners’ skills according to a new paper published by Learning and Work Institute today.

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Amy King, Adult Learners' Week 2014 winner

on 07 Apr 2016

It's never too late to 'peake' in a new career

86% of Brits believe it’s never too late to follow your dreams, learn new skills and even switch careers.

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on 23 Mar 2016

"We care - do you?" Young adult carers call for policy changes

Despite providing more than £5 billion in unpaid care each year, more than 300,000 16-25 year old young adult carers are twice as likely to be out of education and work than their peers and nearly

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Chancellor delivers his 2016 budget

on 16 Mar 2016

Learning and Work Institute respond to Chancellor's 2016 Budget

Chief Executive David Hughes responds to the Chancellor's 2016 budget

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Learners planning

on 14 Mar 2016

Help to Save is the right move, but Government must tackle skills gaps to make it work

Learning and Work Institute has welcomed the Prime Minister’s idea for a Help to Save scheme but cautioned that it’s important it learns lessons from past evidence.

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on 11 Mar 2016

Learning and Work response to Hazelkorn report on post-compulsory education system for Wales

Learning and Work Institute welcome the recommendations of Professor Hazelkorn's report out today. 

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on 10 Mar 2016

Better local solutions to help young people get on

Better support will soon be on offer to young people struggling to get a job or an apprenticeship thanks to a new joint effort between five Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) and Learning and Wor

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on 08 Mar 2016

Young adult carers to get support to build rewarding careers

Young adult carers could benefit from improved career support, thanks to a new project from Learning and Work Institute. 

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on 03 Mar 2016

Learning and Work respond to Resolution Foundation report

Responding to The Resolution Foundation’s important and authoritative new report, The Road to Full Employment, which details what full employment should look like and how to achieve it, Stephen Eva

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