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Original news article here http://www.ftiecla.com/2018/01/03/2018-ld-predictions/ This year, the five annual predictions for the global Learning & Development sector from Financial Times | IE Business School Corporate Learning Alliance follow the general view that technology – in the forms of machine learning, artificial intelligence (AI) and augmented reality (AR) – will be a dominant force. But...
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As the UK announces a 750m collaboration agreement to support China’s One Belt One Road initiative – Coventry based PAM Education continue on this journey that began in 2016. In that 12 month period, the company has signed agreements to support UK organisations in the fields of Training, Culinary Arts, Football, High-Speed Rail, and Digital...
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Full article here – https://www.theguardian.com/science/occams-corner/2017/dec/18/do-we-need-to-reinvent-polytechnics Excerpts below: Athene Donald writes “I concur that lumping polytechnics and (pre-1992) universities together as all the same is unhelpful. They do not all have, or wish to have, indistinguishable missions and student populations, and thinking of the sector like that has been not only unconstructive but damaging.” “Degree courses...
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Full article here – http://resources.ftiecla.com/en-gb/pulse2017/ Extracts below: Corporate learning and leadership development programmes can have a lasting impact not only on organisations as a whole but also on individuals. Thanks to such programmes, organisations benefit from individuals operating at a higher level, and individuals are armed with competencies, skills and leadership capabilities that can otherwise...
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Full article here – https://www.theguardian.com/higher-education-network/2017/nov/01/2vcs-on-how-do-we-stop-part-time-numbers-dropping-further Extracts below: Numbers of part-time students, who are typically older and often juggling a job or family, or both, have more than halved. They are down 56% since 2010, according to the latest figures from the Higher Education Statistics Agency.  Part-time enrolments in England slumped in 2012 when the government...
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UK students have been unfazed by the new ranking, but international students are taking the results seriously, which could damage bronze universities Full article here – https://www.theguardian.com/higher-education-network/2017/oct/16/is-the-teaching-excellence-framework-shaping-international-student-choice The teaching excellence framework (TEF) ratings have been around since June, but their impact on choices made by prospective domestic students seems muted so far. When it comes...
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By Judith BurnsEducation reporter – Full article here – http://www.bbc.com/news/education-41165927 Extracts below: The report also found many (young people) were frustrated with an education system they saw as overly focused on grades rather than life skills like money management, healthy eating, mental health and relationships. About half felt their education had failed to properly prepare them...
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Full article here – https://www.theguardian.com/education/2017/sep/12/university-students-set-own-fees-cooperative-college The Co-operative College is looking into creating a university where students could help set fees and academics’ pay. What if students helped decide how much they should pay? What if they were involved in determining academic salaries too? This happens at Mondragon University, a non-profit co-operative in northern Spain, and...
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Inventor was speaking at opening of his technology institute, where his firm will pay students £15,000 a year and their fees Full article here – https://www.theguardian.com/education/2017/sep/13/james-dyson-tuition-fees-students-loan-debt Extracts: Sir James Dyson has said tuition fees and student loans are saddling young people with huge debts at the “worst time” in their careers, holding them back from...
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Details to be announced in Autumn Budget – Full article here – http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/government-reduce-tuition-fees-7500-autumn-budget-philip-hammond-a7951081.html Extracts here: Cuts to tuition fees that would save students at least £5,000 over a three-year course are being considered by the Chancellor, it has been reported. Philip Hammond is looking at capping annual charges at £7,500 instead of the current level...
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