City & Guilds appoints Anthony Impey MBE as Chair of its Industry Skills Board

24 September 2020
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City & Guilds has appointed Anthony Impey MBE as the new Chair of its Industry Skills Board (ISB).

Helping apprentices achieve EPA success during Covid-19

14 September 2020
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Poole based private training provider Locomotivation Training have been on a digitalisation drive since 2017. They spoke to us on how they supported their apprentices over the summer through whilst working remotely.

City & Guilds joins forces with FutureLearn to help unemployed into new careers

08 September 2020
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City & Guilds has partnered with the leading social learning platform FutureLearn, to turn the tide on unemployment in the UK and help individuals who work in industries impacted by Covid-19 to reskill and switch careers into growing industries or those facing labour shortages.

Updated 28 August - DfE, FAB and Ofqual joint statement on reissued results

28 August 2020
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We want to say congratulations to everyone who received their vocational and technical qualifications results this month. You should all be very proud of your achievements and looking forward to taking your next steps.

Update 24 August, 2020 – Joint statement from Department for Education, Ofqual and FAB

24 August 2020
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Important information regarding vocational results

Our annual price review will be effective from 1st September

25 June 2020
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City & Guilds and ILM continue to work hard to ensure our customers get the best value for money whilst maintaining a business that can continue to invest in the Vocational Education sector. To support that, we’re busy reviewing our prices for the next academic year.

Guidance and advice regarding coronavirus

13 March 2020
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Important announcement regarding coronavirus

Exeter College

05 March 2020
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The City of Exeter is only 1 of 7 cities in the UK to increase their apprenticeship starts between 2015/2016 and 2017/18.

The Maths and English T Levels opportunity

21 February 2020
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With only a few months to go until the first T Levels are delivered and become a new technical alternative for 16-18 year olds, there are still concerns about the implementation of the new two-year programme.

City & Guilds wins £12m project in Jamaica

06 December 2019
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City & Guilds have just won a £12m(GBP) contract to deliver a number of different qualifications in Jamaica over a 10 year period.

City & Guilds awarded contract to deliver Construction T Level qualifications

02 October 2019
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We have been awarded the contract to deliver two T Level qualifications under the Construction route: in Building Services Engineering and On-Site Construction.

Close the Gap

26 September 2019
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Proposing a map for UK Technical and Skills Education to 2024 and beyond.

City & Guilds funding update

22 August 2019
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Guidelines have been released for centres delivering pre-existing nested qualifications.

City & Guilds funding update

29 July 2019
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The Department for Education (DfE) and Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) recently announced their plans to remove funding from several of our pre-existing legacy qualifications.

City & Guilds Group response to the Department for Education’s review of Post-16 qualifications at level 3

24 July 2019
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Qualifications at every level have value. They are able to transform lives – from the offender who is able to achieve his or her first entry level qualification and break the cycle...

New qualification checking system launched by ECS and City & Guilds

04 April 2019
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A specially-designed computer programme that allows qualifications to be automatically verified during an ECS card application has been developed by the Electrotechnical Certification Scheme and City & Guilds.

Our annual price review will be effective from 1st September

20 March 2019
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City & Guilds and ILM continue to work hard to ensure our customers get the best value for money whilst maintaining a business that can continue to invest in the Vocational Education sector. To support that, we’re busy reviewing our prices for the next academic year.

The languishing Levy pot: Accessing unspent apprenticeship funds

07 March 2019
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Almost two years after the apprenticeship levy was implemented, apprenticeship start figures continue to decline in overall terms and questions remain around the ways in which the funds collected by the Government are being spent.

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