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

20 October 2014 / Be the first to comment

On 15 October Kirstie Donnelly spoke at the AELP Autumn Conference, giving City & Guilds’ view on the implications the introduction of the new GCSE English and Mathematics qualifications will bring to independent training providers.  She was also interviewed by FE News, where she highlighted the importance of innovation in the sector and the support available for training providers as they navigate the changes.

The video was originally published on FE News.

City & Guilds was the headline sponsor for the Autumn Conference as part of our strategic partnership with AELP. To find out more about this partnership and our wider activity with training providers, visit our Grow your business pages.

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