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Richard Review of Apprenticeships

Jan 10, 2013 - Comments: 0

Following the Wolf Review (2010), the Government set in motion a review process to answer the question: What should an apprenticeship be in the future, and how can apprenticeships meet the needs of the changing economy?  As the review author, Doug Richards, explains, “…in truth, given the question, it is not a review at all.

Race Equality in Employment – some statistical notes

Nov 23, 2012 - Comments: 0

A short ‘Statistical Briefing’ paper has been produced in response to feedback received from some Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) organisations who have asked for statistics relevant to BME and the labour market. In addition, many have asked to have access to data relevant to the post 16 education and training arena; this is included. To download the document, see the link on the next page.

You can access the publication here

BTEG & LVSC - developing support for BAME providers - London Survey

Oct 22, 2012 - Comments: 0

As you know the new funding environment is moving increasingly towards delivering contacts on behalf of public services.  BTEG and London Voluntary Service Council are examining how prepared the sector is to win these contracts.  We will be developing support opportunities to help organisations win and deliver contracts in service area of employment and skills. In order to target the specific needs of the sector we need to further inform our understanding of support needs among our network.

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