The college sector’s performance on apprenticeships has come under fire after analysis by FE Week, the education and skills newspaper, found that many college budgets had devoted a scant two percent to apprenticeships, despite them being a major plank in the government’s economic policy.Read More
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Workers under 25 are ‘not productive’ enough to deserve the new living wage, Cabinet Office minister Matthew Hancock has said. The living wage rise to £9 for over 25s by 2020 is one of the key planks of Chancellor George Osborne’s economic strategy.Read More
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