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4,000 higher apprenticeships confirmed by government

4,000 higher apprenticeships confirmed by government

Business Innovation Skills Secretary Vince Cable has announced that 4,230 higher apprenticeships will be created in the next year.  The […]

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Dragons's Den entrepreneur to review Apprenticeships

Dragons's Den entrepreneur to review Apprenticeships

Apprenticeship Review Entrepreneur, former Dragon’s Den investor, and founder of School for Startups, Doug Richard, will lead the independent review […]

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Dragons’s Den entrepreneur to review Apprenticeships

Dragons's Den entrepreneur to review Apprenticeships

Apprenticeship Review Entrepreneur, former Dragon’s Den investor, and founder of School for Startups, Doug Richard, will lead the independent review […]

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Select Committee: Youth unemployment and delivery of the Youth Contract

Select Committee: Youth unemployment and delivery of the Youth Contract

Work and Pensions Committee Select Committee Announcement 21 June 2012 For Immediate Release: AN06 2012–13 ORAL EVIDENCE Youth unemployment: Committee […]

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Work Choice statistics published

Work Choice statistics published

Yesterday the Government published the first tranche of statistics for the disability employment programme Work Choice. The figures show that […]

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874% increase in youth unemployment

Analysis conducted by the Trade Union Congress (TUC) has found that the number of number of young people who have […]

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Job vacancies down on same period last year

Job vacancies down on same period last year

It seems that all this talk of double dip recessions and financial crises in the Euro Zone is affecting employers […]

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National Minimum Wage, welfare to work and employment

National Minimum Wage, welfare to work and employment

Last week the Government wrote to the Low Pay Commission setting out the remit for their 2013 report. The Low […]

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Compulsory work scheme not working

Compulsory work scheme not working

Despite employment minister Chris Grayling’s announcement that the Department of Work and Pensions will pump an extra £5 million into […]

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Private training providers will be in direct competition with universities for the first time.

Private training providers will be in direct competition with universities for the first time.

The Government announced in its response to the higher education White Paper, that private providers will be subject to the […]

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