Latest news from NIACE

  • 19 August

    A new Demos report on improving ESOL provision has backed NIACE’s Manifesto proposal for the introduction of Personal Skills Accounts, which alongside a major, independent review of funding in the adult skills system could help address capacity issues in the ESOL sector.

  • 28 July

    A series of webinars to discuss NIACE’s General Election Manifesto – Skills for Prosperity – will begin with a focus on how the lifelong learning sector can get involved in helping to secure a skills-led recovery.

  • 13 August

    Responding to today’s report from IPPR - Remember the young ones: Improving career opportunities for Britain’s young people - NIACE believes that Apprenticeships should be based on the stage an individual is at in their career – rather than their age.

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