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Lord Adebowale hails partnerships on welfare to work
Published:  10 August 2011

Lord Adebowale hails partnerships on welfare to work

Public and private sector organisations can provide welfare to work services more effectively by working together, according to Lord Victor Adebowale CBE, chief executive of social care organisation Turning Point.
 
Cultural tours of Bury St Edmunds for free
Published:  10 August 2011

Cultural tours of Bury St Edmunds for free

Bury St Edmunds is inviting people to enjoy some of England’s cultural and architectural heritage at the Heritage Open Days event.
 
UCATT urges government to change apprenticeship policy
Published:  09 August 2011

UCATT urges government to change apprenticeship policy

The construction industry needs more young people coming into it, according to one organisation.
 
 Young people 'do not need a degree to succeed'
Published:  09 August 2011

Young people 'do not need a degree to succeed'

Vocational training can take people a long way, it has been claimed.
 
Students carry over £1000 of gadgets every day
Published:  09 August 2011

Students carry over £1000 of gadgets every day

The average student in the UK carries approximately £1,165 of gadgets on their person every day, according to a new survey.
 
Apprenticeship sees florist open own shop
Published:  08 August 2011

Apprenticeship sees florist open own shop

An apprenticeship has helped one girl learn the ins and outs of the flowers trade.
 
Graduates feel degrees 'have not benefited their working lives'
Published:  08 August 2011

Graduates feel degrees 'have not benefited their working lives'

Many graduates do not feel their degree has given them a head start, according to one expert.
 
Effective training 'is not one-size-fits-all'
Published:  08 August 2011

Effective training 'is not one-size-fits-all'

People benefit from different kinds of training, an expert has said.
 
NIACE publishes policy on learning in Big Society
Published:  08 August 2011

NIACE publishes policy on learning in Big Society

The National Institute of Adult Continuing Education (NIACE) has published a policy briefing on how adult learning can make a difference to the Government’s ‘Big Society’ initiative.
 
Germany producing more international students than rest of Europe
Published:  08 August 2011

Germany producing more international students than rest of Europe

More students from Germany are going abroad to study than other Western European countries, according to a new survey.
 
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