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Making a difference - Maximising learning outcomes and improving workflow in schools

14 February 2019, 13.45 to 17.45, Ironmonger's Hall, London

Confirmed panellists include: Steve Burnett, Managing Director, RM Education; Andrea Carr, Founder of Rising Stars; Paul Charman, Managing Director, FFT Education; Richard Marett, CEO, Whizz Education; Amanda Peck, Executive Director Marketing, Professional Group, McGraw-Hill Education; Josh Perry, Director, Assembly; Ian Rowe, Business Development Director, GCSEPod; and, Dan Sandhu, CEO, Sparx.

Paul Howells (CEO, Eteach Group), Julian Drinkall (CEO, AET) and Rupert Barclay (Managing Partner, Cairneagle)


Train to gain brings benefits - but more employees need to be involved

publication date: Dec 1, 2008
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A new report by Ofsted concludes that the £1bn Train to Gain programme is successful in giving employees the opportunity to gain nationally recognised qualifications and improving their motivation in the workplace. However, inspections reveal that employers have been slow to take advantage of funding, while some employees aren't always getting the skills development they need.


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