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Policy Watch – The FE sector gets its plans for the future

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Introduction With the Chancellor’s Autumn Financial Statement now out of the way, budgets are being set for different parts of the education system. First out of the blocks has been the FE and adult skills sector where last week the BIS Dept announced an overall budget of £3.8bn for 2012/13, dropping as indicated under previous…

Policy Watch – The Chancellor’s Autumn Financial Statement. What did it mean for education and training?

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Introduction Some 20 different education and training measures were announced as part of the Chancellor’s Autumn Financial Statement this week. Not all were new. Many, such as the Youth Contract and employer ownership of some skills funding had been announced as part of the build up to the Statement, together they underlined the importance being…

Policy Watch – What did the Budget do for education?

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25 March  2011 [2011/12] Policy Watch – What did the Budget do for education? The ending of the duty on fuel may have been the 3-star announcement in this week’s Budget but there wasn’t much for the world of education in particular to get excited about. There were two major reasons for this. First, the economic plan for…

Policy Watch – The Government plans for growth in the forthcoming Budget

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11 March 2011 [2011/10] Policy Watch The Government plans for growth in the forthcoming Budget. Introduction Does the Government have a Growth Strategy or not? With the new financial year about to kick in bringing even sharper belt tightening and worries continuing about a lack of growth in the economy, the British Chambers of Commerce…

Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment.

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17 February 2011 [2011/8] Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment. Introduction Economic commentators may be falling out over who is to blame and whether it’s worse now for young people than it was in the 1990s but from whatever angle it’s viewed, the job market for young people looks pretty bleak at…

Tag Archive: Chancellor

Policy Watch – The FE sector gets its plans for the future

_MG_5014-

Introduction With the Chancellor’s Autumn Financial Statement now out of the way, budgets are being set for different parts of the education system. First out of the blocks has been the FE and adult skills sector where last week the BIS Dept announced an overall budget of £3.8bn for 2012/13, dropping as indicated under previous…

Policy Watch – The Chancellor’s Autumn Financial Statement. What did it mean for education and training?

finacial-statement

Introduction Some 20 different education and training measures were announced as part of the Chancellor’s Autumn Financial Statement this week. Not all were new. Many, such as the Youth Contract and employer ownership of some skills funding had been announced as part of the build up to the Statement, together they underlined the importance being…

Policy Watch – What did the Budget do for education?

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25 March  2011 [2011/12] Policy Watch – What did the Budget do for education? The ending of the duty on fuel may have been the 3-star announcement in this week’s Budget but there wasn’t much for the world of education in particular to get excited about. There were two major reasons for this. First, the economic plan for…

Policy Watch – The Government plans for growth in the forthcoming Budget

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11 March 2011 [2011/10] Policy Watch The Government plans for growth in the forthcoming Budget. Introduction Does the Government have a Growth Strategy or not? With the new financial year about to kick in bringing even sharper belt tightening and worries continuing about a lack of growth in the economy, the British Chambers of Commerce…

Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment.

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17 February 2011 [2011/8] Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment. Introduction Economic commentators may be falling out over who is to blame and whether it’s worse now for young people than it was in the 1990s but from whatever angle it’s viewed, the job market for young people looks pretty bleak at…

Tag Archive: Chancellor

Policy Watch – The FE sector gets its plans for the future

_MG_5014-

Introduction With the Chancellor’s Autumn Financial Statement now out of the way, budgets are being set for different parts of the education system. First out of the blocks has been the FE and adult skills sector where last week the BIS Dept announced an overall budget of £3.8bn for 2012/13, dropping as indicated under previous…

Policy Watch – The Chancellor’s Autumn Financial Statement. What did it mean for education and training?

finacial-statement

Introduction Some 20 different education and training measures were announced as part of the Chancellor’s Autumn Financial Statement this week. Not all were new. Many, such as the Youth Contract and employer ownership of some skills funding had been announced as part of the build up to the Statement, together they underlined the importance being…

Policy Watch – What did the Budget do for education?

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25 March  2011 [2011/12] Policy Watch – What did the Budget do for education? The ending of the duty on fuel may have been the 3-star announcement in this week’s Budget but there wasn’t much for the world of education in particular to get excited about. There were two major reasons for this. First, the economic plan for…

Policy Watch – The Government plans for growth in the forthcoming Budget

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11 March 2011 [2011/10] Policy Watch The Government plans for growth in the forthcoming Budget. Introduction Does the Government have a Growth Strategy or not? With the new financial year about to kick in bringing even sharper belt tightening and worries continuing about a lack of growth in the economy, the British Chambers of Commerce…

Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment.

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17 February 2011 [2011/8] Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment. Introduction Economic commentators may be falling out over who is to blame and whether it’s worse now for young people than it was in the 1990s but from whatever angle it’s viewed, the job market for young people looks pretty bleak at…

Tag Archive: Chancellor

Policy Watch – The FE sector gets its plans for the future

_MG_5014-

Introduction With the Chancellor’s Autumn Financial Statement now out of the way, budgets are being set for different parts of the education system. First out of the blocks has been the FE and adult skills sector where last week the BIS Dept announced an overall budget of £3.8bn for 2012/13, dropping as indicated under previous…

Policy Watch – The Chancellor’s Autumn Financial Statement. What did it mean for education and training?

finacial-statement

Introduction Some 20 different education and training measures were announced as part of the Chancellor’s Autumn Financial Statement this week. Not all were new. Many, such as the Youth Contract and employer ownership of some skills funding had been announced as part of the build up to the Statement, together they underlined the importance being…

Policy Watch – What did the Budget do for education?

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25 March  2011 [2011/12] Policy Watch – What did the Budget do for education? The ending of the duty on fuel may have been the 3-star announcement in this week’s Budget but there wasn’t much for the world of education in particular to get excited about. There were two major reasons for this. First, the economic plan for…

Policy Watch – The Government plans for growth in the forthcoming Budget

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11 March 2011 [2011/10] Policy Watch The Government plans for growth in the forthcoming Budget. Introduction Does the Government have a Growth Strategy or not? With the new financial year about to kick in bringing even sharper belt tightening and worries continuing about a lack of growth in the economy, the British Chambers of Commerce…

Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment.

5B

17 February 2011 [2011/8] Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment. Introduction Economic commentators may be falling out over who is to blame and whether it’s worse now for young people than it was in the 1990s but from whatever angle it’s viewed, the job market for young people looks pretty bleak at…

Tag Archive: Chancellor

Policy Watch – The FE sector gets its plans for the future

_MG_5014-

Introduction With the Chancellor’s Autumn Financial Statement now out of the way, budgets are being set for different parts of the education system. First out of the blocks has been the FE and adult skills sector where last week the BIS Dept announced an overall budget of £3.8bn for 2012/13, dropping as indicated under previous…

Policy Watch – The Chancellor’s Autumn Financial Statement. What did it mean for education and training?

finacial-statement

Introduction Some 20 different education and training measures were announced as part of the Chancellor’s Autumn Financial Statement this week. Not all were new. Many, such as the Youth Contract and employer ownership of some skills funding had been announced as part of the build up to the Statement, together they underlined the importance being…

Policy Watch – What did the Budget do for education?

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25 March  2011 [2011/12] Policy Watch – What did the Budget do for education? The ending of the duty on fuel may have been the 3-star announcement in this week’s Budget but there wasn’t much for the world of education in particular to get excited about. There were two major reasons for this. First, the economic plan for…

Policy Watch – The Government plans for growth in the forthcoming Budget

5B

11 March 2011 [2011/10] Policy Watch The Government plans for growth in the forthcoming Budget. Introduction Does the Government have a Growth Strategy or not? With the new financial year about to kick in bringing even sharper belt tightening and worries continuing about a lack of growth in the economy, the British Chambers of Commerce…

Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment.

5B

17 February 2011 [2011/8] Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment. Introduction Economic commentators may be falling out over who is to blame and whether it’s worse now for young people than it was in the 1990s but from whatever angle it’s viewed, the job market for young people looks pretty bleak at…

Tag Archive: Chancellor

Policy Watch – The FE sector gets its plans for the future

_MG_5014-

Introduction With the Chancellor’s Autumn Financial Statement now out of the way, budgets are being set for different parts of the education system. First out of the blocks has been the FE and adult skills sector where last week the BIS Dept announced an overall budget of £3.8bn for 2012/13, dropping as indicated under previous…

Policy Watch – The Chancellor’s Autumn Financial Statement. What did it mean for education and training?

finacial-statement

Introduction Some 20 different education and training measures were announced as part of the Chancellor’s Autumn Financial Statement this week. Not all were new. Many, such as the Youth Contract and employer ownership of some skills funding had been announced as part of the build up to the Statement, together they underlined the importance being…

Policy Watch – What did the Budget do for education?

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25 March  2011 [2011/12] Policy Watch – What did the Budget do for education? The ending of the duty on fuel may have been the 3-star announcement in this week’s Budget but there wasn’t much for the world of education in particular to get excited about. There were two major reasons for this. First, the economic plan for…

Policy Watch – The Government plans for growth in the forthcoming Budget

5B

11 March 2011 [2011/10] Policy Watch The Government plans for growth in the forthcoming Budget. Introduction Does the Government have a Growth Strategy or not? With the new financial year about to kick in bringing even sharper belt tightening and worries continuing about a lack of growth in the economy, the British Chambers of Commerce…

Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment.

5B

17 February 2011 [2011/8] Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment. Introduction Economic commentators may be falling out over who is to blame and whether it’s worse now for young people than it was in the 1990s but from whatever angle it’s viewed, the job market for young people looks pretty bleak at…

Tag Archive: Chancellor

Policy Watch – The FE sector gets its plans for the future

_MG_5014-

Introduction With the Chancellor’s Autumn Financial Statement now out of the way, budgets are being set for different parts of the education system. First out of the blocks has been the FE and adult skills sector where last week the BIS Dept announced an overall budget of £3.8bn for 2012/13, dropping as indicated under previous…

Policy Watch – The Chancellor’s Autumn Financial Statement. What did it mean for education and training?

finacial-statement

Introduction Some 20 different education and training measures were announced as part of the Chancellor’s Autumn Financial Statement this week. Not all were new. Many, such as the Youth Contract and employer ownership of some skills funding had been announced as part of the build up to the Statement, together they underlined the importance being…

Policy Watch – What did the Budget do for education?

5B

25 March  2011 [2011/12] Policy Watch – What did the Budget do for education? The ending of the duty on fuel may have been the 3-star announcement in this week’s Budget but there wasn’t much for the world of education in particular to get excited about. There were two major reasons for this. First, the economic plan for…

Policy Watch – The Government plans for growth in the forthcoming Budget

5B

11 March 2011 [2011/10] Policy Watch The Government plans for growth in the forthcoming Budget. Introduction Does the Government have a Growth Strategy or not? With the new financial year about to kick in bringing even sharper belt tightening and worries continuing about a lack of growth in the economy, the British Chambers of Commerce…

Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment.

5B

17 February 2011 [2011/8] Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment. Introduction Economic commentators may be falling out over who is to blame and whether it’s worse now for young people than it was in the 1990s but from whatever angle it’s viewed, the job market for young people looks pretty bleak at…

Tag Archive: Chancellor

Policy Watch – The FE sector gets its plans for the future

_MG_5014-

Introduction With the Chancellor’s Autumn Financial Statement now out of the way, budgets are being set for different parts of the education system. First out of the blocks has been the FE and adult skills sector where last week the BIS Dept announced an overall budget of £3.8bn for 2012/13, dropping as indicated under previous…

Policy Watch – The Chancellor’s Autumn Financial Statement. What did it mean for education and training?

finacial-statement

Introduction Some 20 different education and training measures were announced as part of the Chancellor’s Autumn Financial Statement this week. Not all were new. Many, such as the Youth Contract and employer ownership of some skills funding had been announced as part of the build up to the Statement, together they underlined the importance being…

Policy Watch – What did the Budget do for education?

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25 March  2011 [2011/12] Policy Watch – What did the Budget do for education? The ending of the duty on fuel may have been the 3-star announcement in this week’s Budget but there wasn’t much for the world of education in particular to get excited about. There were two major reasons for this. First, the economic plan for…

Policy Watch – The Government plans for growth in the forthcoming Budget

5B

11 March 2011 [2011/10] Policy Watch The Government plans for growth in the forthcoming Budget. Introduction Does the Government have a Growth Strategy or not? With the new financial year about to kick in bringing even sharper belt tightening and worries continuing about a lack of growth in the economy, the British Chambers of Commerce…

Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment.

5B

17 February 2011 [2011/8] Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment. Introduction Economic commentators may be falling out over who is to blame and whether it’s worse now for young people than it was in the 1990s but from whatever angle it’s viewed, the job market for young people looks pretty bleak at…

Tag Archive: Chancellor

Policy Watch – The FE sector gets its plans for the future

_MG_5014-

Introduction With the Chancellor’s Autumn Financial Statement now out of the way, budgets are being set for different parts of the education system. First out of the blocks has been the FE and adult skills sector where last week the BIS Dept announced an overall budget of £3.8bn for 2012/13, dropping as indicated under previous…

Policy Watch – The Chancellor’s Autumn Financial Statement. What did it mean for education and training?

finacial-statement

Introduction Some 20 different education and training measures were announced as part of the Chancellor’s Autumn Financial Statement this week. Not all were new. Many, such as the Youth Contract and employer ownership of some skills funding had been announced as part of the build up to the Statement, together they underlined the importance being…

Policy Watch – What did the Budget do for education?

5B

25 March  2011 [2011/12] Policy Watch – What did the Budget do for education? The ending of the duty on fuel may have been the 3-star announcement in this week’s Budget but there wasn’t much for the world of education in particular to get excited about. There were two major reasons for this. First, the economic plan for…

Policy Watch – The Government plans for growth in the forthcoming Budget

5B

11 March 2011 [2011/10] Policy Watch The Government plans for growth in the forthcoming Budget. Introduction Does the Government have a Growth Strategy or not? With the new financial year about to kick in bringing even sharper belt tightening and worries continuing about a lack of growth in the economy, the British Chambers of Commerce…

Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment.

5B

17 February 2011 [2011/8] Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment. Introduction Economic commentators may be falling out over who is to blame and whether it’s worse now for young people than it was in the 1990s but from whatever angle it’s viewed, the job market for young people looks pretty bleak at…

Tag Archive: Chancellor

Policy Watch – The FE sector gets its plans for the future

_MG_5014-

Introduction With the Chancellor’s Autumn Financial Statement now out of the way, budgets are being set for different parts of the education system. First out of the blocks has been the FE and adult skills sector where last week the BIS Dept announced an overall budget of £3.8bn for 2012/13, dropping as indicated under previous…

Policy Watch – The Chancellor’s Autumn Financial Statement. What did it mean for education and training?

finacial-statement

Introduction Some 20 different education and training measures were announced as part of the Chancellor’s Autumn Financial Statement this week. Not all were new. Many, such as the Youth Contract and employer ownership of some skills funding had been announced as part of the build up to the Statement, together they underlined the importance being…

Policy Watch – What did the Budget do for education?

5B

25 March  2011 [2011/12] Policy Watch – What did the Budget do for education? The ending of the duty on fuel may have been the 3-star announcement in this week’s Budget but there wasn’t much for the world of education in particular to get excited about. There were two major reasons for this. First, the economic plan for…

Policy Watch – The Government plans for growth in the forthcoming Budget

5B

11 March 2011 [2011/10] Policy Watch The Government plans for growth in the forthcoming Budget. Introduction Does the Government have a Growth Strategy or not? With the new financial year about to kick in bringing even sharper belt tightening and worries continuing about a lack of growth in the economy, the British Chambers of Commerce…

Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment.

5B

17 February 2011 [2011/8] Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment. Introduction Economic commentators may be falling out over who is to blame and whether it’s worse now for young people than it was in the 1990s but from whatever angle it’s viewed, the job market for young people looks pretty bleak at…