Changes to Regulation in the HE Sector: What to expect and how to prepare
Teaching GCSE Computer Science - 2 day Programming Course (London)
The Careers Education and Guidance Summit
Reducing Littering & Fly-tipping Collectively
Ahead of our 23 April "Supporting Women in the Workplace" Briefing, Lisa Schwarz, author & PR Manager for Antal Germany, looks at feminism at work and gender inequality in the workplace.
Scientist, Entrepreneur and author of two influential reports into the Catapult Centres, Hermann Hauser, delivered a keynote address at this week's Westminster Briefing on Innovation & Research.
How can local authorities, employers and education providers really embrace education-employer partnerships? We round-up some best practice tips from the recent Westminster Briefing webchat.
In this article, David Fairhurst argues that the widely held perception that university is the only credible route for an ambitious young person at the start of their career is being challenged by modern, relevant programmes such as Higher and Degree Apprenticeships. A challenge which he believes will ensure that our organisational leaders of the future continue to come from as a wide range of educational backgrounds and experiences as they do today.
Craig Whittaker, MP for Calder Valley and Chair of the APPG for Looked After Children and Care Leavers, considers what support is available for young people leaving care to go to university, and reflects on some of the difficulties that still remain when they come to access this support.