Category: Research

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

Digital technology has a role to play in addressing the key challenges faced by training providers

13 April 2015
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As a sector we need to look at working together to uncover digital best practice, says City & Guilds UK MD.

A worrying picture at the heart of apprenticeships reform

16 December 2014
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What will reforms to apprenticeships mean for training providers?

Infographic: what do parents think about education?

24 October 2014
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Our infographic explores parents' concerns about their children's education and options

Infographic: three decades of skills and employment policy

13 October 2014
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In pictures: how 30 years of policy changes has affected the skills education landscape

City & Guilds responds to new Apprenticeship Standards

20 August 2014
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We must make sure that reforms lead to greater take up of apprenticeships, says Chief Executive

Do as I say, not as I do

11 August 2014
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Parents advise their kids not to follow in their footsteps after GCSEs and A-levels

Infographic: what education options are open for 16 to 18 year olds?

11 August 2014
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As young people prepare to open their GCSE and A-level results, we look at the range of educational options available to them

Infographic: Technology in FE

30 June 2014
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We explore attitudes to learning technology and barriers to its full usage in the FE sector

How can technology impact FE teaching?

30 June 2014
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Tutors need better support and more funding as they get to grips with educational technology

Parental leave: a shared opportunity

19 March 2014
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Only one in ten new fathers take more than two weeks of parental leave, new research shows

Infographic: careers advice - girls v boys

01 March 2014
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Our infographic shows how your gender affects the careers advice you receive

Apprenticeships not 'just for the boys'

01 March 2014
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Our new research reveals that men and women get different careers advice

Unlocking the potential of digital technology in vocational education

24 February 2014
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Find out what City & Guilds is doing in its mission to help the FE sector become more digital

Children labelled 'too clever' for vocational education

05 February 2014
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Schools and families wrongly assume academic routes always lead to greater success and fulfilment than vocational education

Infographic: Making education work

18 October 2013
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Our infographic looks at how work experience can help tackle a skills shortage

Making education work

14 October 2013
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New research from City & Guilds reveals how work experience can boost employment chances

Infographic - Career Happiness Index: Millennials Edition

03 September 2013
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What makes young people tick at work? Our infographic explores the findings from City & Guilds Career Happiness Index 2013: Millennials Edition.

School leavers demand vocational learning

03 September 2013
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Our research reveals that three quarters of young people demand skills-based training to achieve their ambitions

Introducing vocational pedagogy

06 June 2013
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The first article in our series looks at the background and future of vocational pedagogy

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