Author: Kirstie Donnelly

2017 - The Apprenticeship levy, the Industrial Strategy and beyond

27 January 2017
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This year is certainly going to be a year of huge change in the FE sector.

Kirstie Donnelly comments on OFSTED annual report

01 December 2016
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Kirstie Donnelly comments on OFSTED annual report

New technology opening up a world of possibilities for chefs

11 November 2016
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City & Guilds Group launch a new digital platform which allows chefs to be fully recognised for their experience gained whilst working.

Response to the Justice Secretary Prison Reform announcement

04 November 2016
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Kirstie Donnelly, Managing Director of City & Guilds, comments on the Justice Secretary recent Reform of prison education announcement in the UK.

Commercialisation doesn’t have to be a dirty word

22 July 2016
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All Change (again)

22 July 2016
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Skills Plan: is it a flash in the pan or lasting vocational reform?

22 July 2016
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Skills-Plan

We need great teachers who are also masters of their craft

22 July 2016
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Craftmanship-Research

The importance of getting end assessment right in apprenticeships

22 July 2016
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Apprenticeship end assessments

Kirstie Donnelly comment on Coates Review

18 May 2016
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Kirstie Donnelly MBE comment on Coates Review on prison education

Businesses back new employability research by City & Guilds

26 February 2016
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Learning to be employable

Great Expectations research

30 November 2015
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68% of young people plan on university, but only 30% of jobs require a degree

It’s time to tell teens the truth about careers says City & Guilds

30 November 2015
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It’s time to tell teens the truth about careers says City & Guilds

Business backs UCAS style system to expand access to apprenticeships

05 October 2015
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Business backs UCAS style system for apprenticeships

Sixth-formers to be offered courses in real-life maths

03 September 2015
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Kirstie Donnelly MBE, Managing Director of City & Guilds comments on Government's announcement.

You want to narrow the gender pay gap? Tackle the ‘gender career gap’ first

13 August 2015
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Kirstie Donnelly MBE talks about the real problem behind unequal gender pay.

City & Guilds tees off new style apprenticeships

14 July 2015
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City & Guilds tees off new style apprenticeships

The Coming of Age of FE

12 June 2015
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Launch of a seminal book by UCL Institute of Education titled 'The Coming of Age for Further Education (FE)?' has been supported and contributed to by City & Guilds

Challenging times bring us opportunities for innovation

20 October 2014
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Kirstie Donnelly talks about Maths and English reform and the need to raise achievement

Employers hold the key to training future employees

30 September 2014
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Kirstie talks about the importance of understanding employer needs when developing courses for young people

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