The freefall in the number of new apprentices is one of the most depressing statistics I have read in a long time.
I hate to say it, but I told you so. No, I take great pride in saying it – working towards an apprenticeship is better than studying for a mediocre degree.
This year’s GCSE results day highlighted the fact that we may have won a battle in the struggle for more apprenticeships, but there’s still a long way to go before we win the war.
There are certain things about running a business that make you feel like you’re banging your head against a brick wall.
Charlie Mullins welcomes His Royal Highness The Duke of York into his "Common Sense Hall of Fame" for his no-nonsense respect of vocational skills.
There is a miscommunication issue between the education system and the working world. Jess McGreal gives her take on how to give UK students an education that goes beyond the classroom.
Last week’s A-level results ??? and the subsequent mad dash for university places ??? highlights why going to university isn’t good for business.