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Mervyn Dinnen, 20 July 2015 — Research, Skills and training, Skills system A recent report from NIACE (National Institute of Adult Continuing Education) looks at migration and explores its relationship with the labour market, learning and skills. With growing job creation, and employers increasingly reporting gaps and shortages of necessary skills, this is a well timed overview Read more about Default title[…]

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Among the most sought after qualities employers want in the people who work for them is possessing effective COMMUNICATIONS SKILLS. People who have mastered this area are among the most hireable, promotable, and successful. Here’s how to master the perfect conversation… http://www.scienceofpeople.com/2016/01/10-steps-to-the-perfect-conversation/ 10 Steps to the Perfect Conversation | Science of People Perfect conversations are Read more about Default title[…]

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  More young people across England are on the fast-track to a great career with a top quality apprenticeship. Provisional figures released today (21 January 2016) indicate an increase in the number of young people, aged under 19, earning and learning on apprenticeships, and also growth in higher level apprenticeships. There have been over 150, Read more about Default title[…]

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Senior business leaders are to advise the Government on the future of apprenticeships. An expert panel of business leaders has been formed to help the Government champion apprenticeships in all sectors of the economy, including construction. The Apprenticeship Delivery Board will highlight how businesses of all sizes can benefit from taking on apprentices in a Read more about Default title[…]

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The Richard Review of Apprenticeships   “An independent review of apprenticeships published today (Tuesday) calls on the Government to improve their quality and make them more focused on the needs of employers. The Government warmly welcomes the report.” RuBric Consultancy can help your organisation to develop its own apprenticeships. Doug Richards on employer-led development of Read more about Default title[…]