NIACE and Inclusion are proposing ten practical policies which the next Government can and should implement in its first 100 days.
As the main political parties for this year’s General Election launch their manifestos, NIACE examines the proposals for learning and skills and highlights what’s missing.
NIACE is pleased that the latest research into maths and English qualifications from the Education and Training Foundation shows that employers value Functional Skills.
NIACE is calling for urgent action to unlock the skills of migrants and UK residents to ensure we meet the needs of business and create greater community cohesion.
NIACE believes that the consultation on the challenges affecting adult vocational education over the next ten years is in a unique position to tackle the adult skills crisis.
NIACE has published a new myth-busting guide to help welfare-to-work programme and skills providers work together to help people get into work.
NIACE believes that today's Budget is a missed opportunity to help address the low-skills crisis which is currently threatening future prosperity for the country.
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