Further education

University leavers not "prepared for work" yet remain most preferred recruitment option by employers

Over half (57%) of employers still mainly look for degrees or post-graduate qualifications when recruiting staff, according to a new report from the CIPD.

Students fear university won't prepare them for work

?As A-level results are announced, research reveals that students lack confidence in the opportunities available to them

Low-paid workers missing out on training opportunities

The government and employers need to tackle inequality in access to skills and training

Degree apprenticeships boosting D&I

While degree apprenticeships bring challenges they play an important role in boosting diversity in the workplace, said speakers at a Chartered Management Institute (CMI) event

Education secretary lays out new T-Level plans

The education secretary Damian Hinds? has laid out a series of plans for T-Levels and called for an end to "snobby" attitudes towards vocational and technical courses