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Posts Tagged: Training
Barry Lewis: County Councils can drive county deals. We don’t need more layers of government through Metro Mayors.
Powers over transport and infrastructure will help us shape the places of the future. Devolved skills budgets will get the support young people need.
Michael Goode: How to close the inspiration gap in schools between students’ ability and their outcomes
Looking back on my schooldays, I can see how little we had in terms of inspiration. We simply didn’t know what we could aim for.
It now needs to get real. This is clearly the plan in the next few months, starting with the Queen’s Speech tomorrow, leading to the Levelling Up paper.
Interview. Therese Coffey – “An element of a kinder politics is not calling other people bigots because you don’t agree with them.”
Here’s her take on Universal Credit, science, Liverpool, same-sex marriage – and her department. “Big thanks to the Jabs Army, we are the Jobs Army.”
“What will drive levelling up is not necessarily about roads and bridges but getting people ready for the industries of the future.”
Damian Green: Why a forced choice between a Brexity North and a Globalist South would be a false one – and damage our Party
The first of a ConHome series this week on Boris Johnson’s Reset Moment – and what should follow from it.
The devolved Adult Education Budget ensures that every pound delivers more qualifications that employers actually want.
Ryan Bourne: Sunak shouldn’t try today to restore pre-virus Britain. It’s gone – and we must now adapt.
What normalisation should mean is the return to a functioning market economy where our wants and needs are met in today’s circumstances.
If, that is, interest rates carry on at rock bottom rates. But we have to take a chance on growing our way out of this crisis.
The restriction on the number of apprentices small businesses can take on should be lifted. FE colleges should boost entrepreneurship.
The Apprenticeship Levy is not working. Greater flexibility is needed so employers boost spending on high-quality training.
The Government must spare no effort to deliver dignified work, up-to-date infrastructure, and state-of-the-art training to these long-neglected communities.
In this new political battle, the greatest tension will not be left v right or even fiscal
doves v economic hawks. It will be a battle between creativity and convention.
Rather than abandon the Apprenticeship Levy, the Conservatives should radically reform it.