The Further Education Trust for Leadership (FETL) has published a new report that asks how further education can play a full role in the kind of collaborative, partnership-led education system envisaged in last year’s Augar report on post-18 education.
Further consideration: The role of FE colleges in the post-Augar education system, written by Tom Richmond and Andrew Bailey of education and skills think tank EDSK and funded by FETL, draws on in-depth interviews with senior figures from FE to present a package of reforms that aims to ensure the FE sector is respected and valued, ambitious in its offer, responsive to the changing needs of learners and employers, and stable, operating in an environment that provides political and financial security.
This is a time of significant change and transformation in the further education sector in England. Over the next two months I’ll be researching and investigating news and views on ‘Leadership & Careers Provision: A New Dawn’ as part of a sponsored Further Education Trust for Leadership think-piece designed to stimulate ideas on ways to strengthen careers support for young people and adults in local communities. Keen to hear your views. Email: Admin@dmhassociates.org
Hope you can join us in our panel session, sponsored by the Further Education Trust for Leadership at this Virtual International Conference ‘Evolving Education and Careers’ 20th – 22nd October 2020 – https://dmhassociates.org/conference