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A Guide to Further Education in England and Wales (Cassell Education)

Leonard Cantor

A Guide to Further Education in England and Wales (Cassell Education)

by Leonard Cantor

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Published by Cassell Academic .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Adult & Continuing Education,
  • Higher & further education,
  • Organization & management of education,
  • Higher Education (General),
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Education

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages128
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10320612M
    ISBN 100304331325
    ISBN 109780304331321

      Further education There are eight universities and 15 further-education colleges and institutions in Wales, although many pupils choose to cross the border to universities in England. A Welsh Government subsidy means that Welsh students do not have to pay full university fees, which can reach £9, per year in England. Further education in Wales is provided through. Sixth form colleges; FE colleges; Sixth forms within secondary schools; Further education in Wales comes under the remit of the Welsh Assembly g came from Education and Learning Wales from until , when that organisation was merged with the Assembly.. Republic of Ireland.

    The Education Reform Act (ERA) introduced fundamental changes to the service for School Teachers in England and Wales (“The Burgundy Book”) will have been incorporated into individual contracts of employment. articles of government which may provide further . Further education (FE) includes any study after secondary education that’s not part of higher education (that is, not taken as part of an undergraduate or graduate degree).Courses range from.

    Education in Wales differs in certain respects from education elsewhere in the United example, a significant minority of students all over Wales are educated either wholly or largely through the medium of Welsh: in /15, % of children and young people received Welsh-medium education - a drop from the % in / An additional 10% attend schools which had a .   The same, or a very similar, paragraph is also contained in the Prevent duty guidance for further education institutions in England and Wales (paragraph 8), the Prevent duty guidance for .


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A Guide to Further Education in England and Wales (Cassell Education) by Leonard Cantor Download PDF EPUB FB2

Guide to further education in England and Wales. London: Cassell, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Leonard M Cantor; I F Roberts; Beryl Pratley.

Abstract: This guide describes in detail the changes that have taken place in this sector of the educational system in England and Wales.

It considers recent legislation as well as administration and financing of further education. Major curricular developments are by: Originally published inthis title was begun just before passage of the Education Reform Act of (ERA 88), which was implemented in the s.

This major act along with still-in-force provisions of the Education Act (with its 17 amendments) comprises the statutes governing education in England and Wales. The study reflects both the criticism and the praise showered on that.

Further education in England and Wales. [Leonard M Cantor; I F Roberts] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Leonard M Cantor; I F Roberts.

Find more information about: ISBN: X Major features of further education in England and Wales are analyzed, and ways are suggested in which it might profitably develop during the 's.

Major activities and legislation from the Education Act through the Industrial Training Act of are reviewed. Although strictly a part of higher education, the training and the supply of further education teachers are also by: Welcome to our Further Education guide.

If you're studying towards your GCSEs and thinking about where to go next, then you've come to exactly the right place. This is going to be a big step, but don't worry, on this page we've brought together loads of information to help you: Decide whether Further Education should be your next step.

Further education Data for the further education sector is comprised of a range of institutions providing full-time and part-time provision. The majority of these institutions are colleges of further education or tertiary colleges providing the greater part of post education for their area.

In England, students can leave school at the end of June if they turn 16 by the end of the summer holidays, although they must either stay in full-time education, start an apprenticeship or traineeship, or work or volunteer for 20 hours a week while being in part-time education or training until they are In Scotland, you can leave school at As with other areas of education, responsibility for the planning and delivery of further education in Wales is now largely devolved.

The National Assembly for Wales has wide powers to pass primary legislation in relation to further education under section of, and Schedule 7 to, the Government of Wales Act (GOWA ).

In addition, most executive (government) functions have now passed. secondary school at age 11 (in England, Wales and Northern Ireland) or 12 (in Scotland), but in England some children make the transition via middle schools In England, further education is often seen as forming one part of a wider learning and skills sector, alongside workplace education, prison education, and other types.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Performer(s): ISBN 0 3 Pbk: Description: x, pages illustrations. Professor Susan Wallace is an Emeritus Professor of Education at Nottingham Trent University.

She is the author of a number of books for teachers, including Managing Behaviour in the Lifelong Learning Sector (), Teaching, Tutoring and Training in the Lifelong Learning Sector (), Understanding the Further Educaton Sector (), and The A-Z Guide to Working in Further Education ().Reviews: 1.

Education and skills planning and strategy. Plans affecting a wide range of education and skills policy areas. Evaluating education providers.

School categorisation, performance measures and inspection. Funding and finance for students. Details of available grants and loans. Post education and skills. Further and higher education, adult. an “education rapid policy assessment” to propose recommendations to further strengthen Wales’ reform efforts.

This report comes at a key moment in Wales’ education reform journey as the country finds itself in the midst of a number of important changes, including a large-scale curriculum reform, a reform of initial teacher education.

GCSEs (General Certificate of Secondary Education) are the main qualification taken by to year-olds (adults can take them as well) in England and Wales.

They are available in a wide range of academic and applied (work-related) subjects, and also as. School Supplies Guide. Education in England, Wales and Northern Ireland Paperback – January 1, by Gill Holt (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from PaperbackAuthor: Gill Holt. The Education (Further Education Institutions Information) (Wales) Regulations Education, England and Wales (Statutory Instruments: ) on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Education (Further Education Institutions Information) (Wales) Regulations Education, England and Wales (Statutory Instruments: ). 0 England, Wales and Northern Ireland By law, all children of compulsory school age (5 to 16) must receive a full time education that is suited to their age, ability, aptitude and special educational needs (SEN).

Until schools were free to decide what they taught their pupils, with Religious Education being the only compulsory subject. Get this from a library. Education in England, Wales and Northern Ireland: a guide to the system.

[Gill Holt; National Foundation for Educational Research in England and Wales.;]. Employment rights in the further education sector. Details of your statutory rights as an employee in the Further education sector. In some cases your contract will provide you with better terms and conditions and, if this is the case, those better terms and conditions will apply.

Summary: The series from which this book is taken was written for teacher training students, as well as for in-service teachers wishing to improve their teaching skills. It is a practical guide that provides necessary subject background, supported by references to encourage and guide further reading.Providing a unique reference guide to the geomorphology of England and Wales, the book is lavishly illustrated with diagrams, colour maps and photos, and written in an easy-to-read style.

The contributing authors are distinguished geomorphologists with extensive experience in research, writing and communicating science to the public.The General Certificate of Education (GCE) Advanced Level, or A Level, is a main school leaving qualification in England, Wales, Northern Ireland, the Channel Islands and the Isle of is available as an alternative qualification in other countries.

Students generally study for A-levels over a two-year period. For much of their history, A-levels have been examined by "terminal.