July issue of the TSNLA Policy in your Pocket out now!
The July issue of Policy in Your Pocket is now out, bringing you a monthly round-up of all that’s new and important for third sector learning and skills. We’ve done all the hard work and kept up with the news to bring you this summary of everything you need to know.
In this month’s edition, you will find:
Adult learning (including an article by Martin Doel; survey results on barriers to adult learning; and an opportunity to respond to a call for evidence on post-school funding)
The Taylor Report
Apprenticeship News (including the APPG annual report; assessment problems; employer levy registration problems; IPPR Four Bold Steps)
Skills Devolution (Local Government Association proposals)
More on Social Mobility (two reports and a survey)
Skills Survey (CBI/Pearson Education and Skills Survey)
Poor numeracy still a problem (including the National Numeracy report and survey; government review results of 16-18 maths)
Other news in brief (including government updates; popularity of independent providers; financial woes at Ofsted; Justine Greening’s Skills Army; Labour proposals on loans and learning; under-spent 6th Form education budgets; Festival of Learning)
Focus on Funding, Resources & Events (including the Society for Education and Training (SET) membership; free online Prevent modules; Reading Well; Star Dash Studios for National Numeracy; Learning at Work Week 2018; Kings Fund Cascading Leadership programme; Prisoner Learning Alliance conference and awards; Edge Foundation guide to grant funds)