Recruiters Hiring Apprentices Will Need To Tick All The Boxes

Government guidelines published on June 26 have concluded recruitment companies as well as other sectors will be held responsible for making sure all apprenticeship programme requirements are met. As part of the new apprenticeship levy, introduced in April this year, 20% of training given must be ‘off-the-job’, whereby one-fifth of learning will need to take […]

BME Teachers Facing Endemic Racism, Says NASUWT…

Twice the number of black and minority ethnic (BME) teachers (31 per cent) compared to their white counterparts are reported to have experienced discrimination in the workplace in the last 12 months, according to research from NASUWT.  The union states their ‘Annual Big Question’ survey shows “widespread inequality of treatment” and affirms that such discrimination is risking BME presence in the teacher workforce, which is already under-represented in […]

NAHT Confirms School Leaders’ Opposed To Grammar School Openings

Government plans on extended selection and opening new grammar schools have been rejected by school leaders across England, according to the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT). With data collected by the union in September stating that 80 per cent of NAHT members are opposed to the opening of new grammar schools, written evidence compiled […]

Aesthetics Journal – On The Scene: Ellansé ‘Train The Trainer’ Event, Manchester

Aesthetic practitioners and trainers were invited to an Ellansé two-day training course at the Healthxchange Academy in Manchester on September 9 & 10. The first day began in the evening with a welcome reception and presentation from Chris Spooner, CEO of Sinclair Pharma, on the company history and focus for 2016, followed by a champagne […]