Media

Learning and Work Institute is focused on increasing access to and participation in learning and work  opportunities. Each year we publish a range of reports and analysis of key learning, skills and employment issues, as well as working on development and innovation projects on the ground.

If you’re interested in hearing more about our latest insights, or would like to discuss media opportunities, please get in touch with our Communications team.

Sarah Horner - Head of Policy and Communications

T: 020 7840 8344 M: 07919 325839 E: [email protected]

Rhian Short - Marketing and Communications Manager

T: 0116 204 4217 M: 07880 724062 E: [email protected]

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Learning and Work Institute in the media

Sir John Hayes: "Our post-16 skills system is far from optimal" – The House

Digital skills are crucial – but we need funding – TES

The C-word that means much more than ‘could do better’ – FE Week

Skills: A tale of two towns and one city – TES

HRH The Princess Royal to receive charity’s ‘Centenary Award’ for commitment to adult education – FE News

Learn lessons from abroad on apprenticeships - TES

The National Minimum Wage Is A Remarkable Success Story – Where Next To Tackle Inequality? – Huffington Post

How a 10-year plan could fix the skills system – TES

Apprenticeships: Overspending but underachieving? – TES

How local areas are tackling youth unemployment – FE Week

Are local communities demonstrating new forms of leadership when national Government can’t? – Medium

How local areas are tackling youth unemployment - FE Week

Are local communities demonstrating new forms of leadership when national Government can’t? - Medium

What will the National Retraining Scheme look like? - FE Week

Exclusive: Adult learners drop to 20-year low - TES

Learning and work can boost the nation's health - TES

Why is Nottingham the hardest place in UK for young people to find employment or training? - Channel 4 News

'Worst' prospects for young in Nottingham - BBC East Midlands

Wake-up calls on skills agenda. Reports link school results to poverty - Yorkshire Post

Youth Opportunities Index: Is Bolton failing its young people? - Bolton News


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