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Scottish colleges launch funded online courses for social care

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Scotland’s colleges have responded to the recruitment crisis facing social care by launching Introduction to a Career in Social Care – an online course designed to bring more trained candidates…

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The University of Worcester bolsters support for student nurses through engagement analytics

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The University of Worcester has partnered with Solutionpath to support the wellbeing of its pre-registration nursing associate students and midwives. The University of Worcester has been educating nurses and midwives…

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Take proactive measures to address workplace stress

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By iHASCO Stress has been more prevalent for many employees during these unprecedented times, due to uncertainty and rapid change both in and outside of the workplace. This, on top…

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INDUSTRY SPOTLIGHT: Serco Education – Your source for training in the Education sector

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At Serco, we have many years’ experience of working with senior leaders including headteachers, deputy and assistant headteachers, leadership teams, business managers, children’s centre leaders, support staff and governors on a…

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Eight things schools can do to help to prevent students from becoming ‘NEET’

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With the COVID-19 pandemic fuelling high youth unemployment[3], financial insecurity and mental ill-health[4], schools need to be able to spot the warning signs of young people at risk of becoming…

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LearnEd SEND Edition free training event confirmed

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The Department for Education (DfE), Havering Education Services (HES), Corbets Tey school and BESA have announced a national education technology conference focusing on SEND. Designed to deliver free access to peer-to-peer guidance and first-hand insights, LearnED…

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Coventry Company Given £1.1m to Help Youths

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A Coventry-based company has been awarded a £1.1m contract to support unemployed young people. PET-Xi was given the contract following its partnership with Warwickshire County Council and is looking to…

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Industry Spotlight – Start-up courses and skills training: Broadening the appeal of further education…

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The extension of the compulsory full-time education leaving age in England from 16 to 18 means that further education institutions have access to a wider range of talent than ever…

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