Archive: Training

Vince Cable's news may or may not be overshadowed by a certain wedding announcement

Cable launches apprenticeships pledge

The government will fund an extra 75,000 apprenticeship places by 2015, Vince Cable will announce in a speech later today.

Opinion Former Articles

  • TrainingMark: independent recognition customer service training

    Developed by the Institute of Customer Service, TrainingMark is the national standard recognising the quality of an organisation’s in-house customer service training.

  • NASUWT: Plans will increase barriers to quality training

    Representatives at the Annual Conference of the NASUWT, the fastest growing teachers’ union in Scotland, will hear today that the intention to implement the proposals of Teaching Scotland’s Future, a review of teacher education being coordinated by the Scottish Government, will exacerbate and increase the barriers facing teachers in ensuring they can gain access to appropriate qualifications, training and support to develop their classroom skills.

  • IET: Expansion of UTCs a step in the right direction

    The Institution of Engineering and Technology has welcomed the announcement that 15 new University Technical Colleges (UTCs) will be created to train 20,000 young people as the engineers and scientists of the future.


    Feature: Gizza skill

    There are increasing concerns the government's policies are undermining the ability of those who have lost their jobs to find new skills.

  • McDonalds to offer A-level style qualifications

    Govt to endorse 'McA-levels'

    Companies including McDonald's will be allowed to grant employees qualifications, the government announced today.

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