‘Research in the Lifelong Learning Networks’ published

05 April 2011

The Lifelong Learning Neworks National Forum has published an e-book presenting some of the research conducted by lifelong learning networks (LLNs) over the last five years.

Foundation Degree Framework for working with children and young people

24 March 2011

This framework is part of CWDC?s Young People?s Workforce Reform Programme which has been developed with support of partner organisations from the young people?s workforce. The programme aims to develop a more skilled, confident workforce that works in an effective integrated way to deliver the best possible outcomes for young people.

HE and FE competition – win

23 February 2011

Brother UK Ltd, a worldwide electronics and manufacturing company, are holding a competition for FE and HE arts students to win

Contribute to CCSkills’ consultation on level 3 qualifications

23 February 2011

Creative and Cultural Skills are running a consultation on level 3 qualifications in art and design, including the Foundation Diploma in Art and Design.

2011 ukadia Conference a huge success

09 February 2011

The ukadia Conference, which took place on the 8th February 2011, was a great success, described by some delegates as the ‘best yet’.

David Willetts expresses his support for small and specialist arts institutions

08 February 2011

David Willetts MP spoke at the 2011 Ukadia conference on 8th February.

Creative industries ‘at the heart’ of the national economy

01 December 2010

A ukadia-supported report has been published today on the role of higher education in the creative economy

‘Non-traditional’ students find it more difficult to find work placements in the arts and cultural s

02 November 2010

The arts and cultural sector has been identified as a key growth area in the current recession, but a new research study shows that pathways to working in it are unequal.

Widening Participation anthology

14 September 2010

Final call for information, deadline for contributions: 30 October 2010. Request for information on widening participation, particularly projects relating to media and work that has been done in Scotland, Wales and Ireland.

Take action, join the Craft Action Network

13 September 2010

The Craft Action Network is a national participation and learning network for everyone engaged in contemporary craft education. Your voice is essential in promoting craft education ? join online today

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