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Further Education and Training Scheme-issued March 1945

This was not the only document regarding post war planning for further education published in 1945. However, “Youth’s Opportunity: Further Education in County Colleges” was taking a long-term view. 179 more words

20th Century History

Moving Forward

In December 2014 I graduated with my Bachelor’s degree in English, along with a minor in Education.

English has always been my favorite subject and I’ve known from my early teen years that I wanted to become a writer.  236 more words


Apprenticeship: Cheltenham General Hospital (Apply by 21.5)

A further apprentice vacancy has arisen at Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust; based at Cheltenham General Hospital.

This opportunity would suit a young person aged 16 and above with an interest in finance who would like experience of business and administration in a management accounts office. 63 more words


What is that motivates us? How do we motivate others? For me it’s one word – passion. One of the most motivational people I have met to date in FE is Nikki Gilbey and it was Nikki’s passion for her job that gave you that ‘can do’ feeling. 454 more words


No nonsense non-fiction

Getting new textbooks and non-fiction books that are suitable for Further Education students is an enjoyable and challenging part of the LRC team’s job. There are fantastic books on all subjects but the problem is that some are higher education focused, i.e. 157 more words

#Job - @NewCollSwindon , College #Sport Maker, #Swindon , Closes: 31/5/15 #SportsDev #SportsJobs

  • Start Date: 19 August 2015
  • Salary: £22,000 pa
  • Contract: Full Time and Fixed Term Contract

A great opportunity has arisen to shape the future of sport and activity at New College Swindon joining the successful sports team. 416 more words



Innovate; vb. To invent or begin to apply (methods, ideas, etc.)                                                 So that’s what it means! Some of the synonyms I like are; change, transform, reorganise and renovate. 449 more words