The Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) has updated LARS (Learning Aims Reference Service) to include funding for Essential Digital Skills qualifications (EDSQ).
£9million AEB funding to support providers meet training needs in London in response to Coronavirus.
A handy list of the short qualifications that Centres find particularly provide added value for their adult learners.
Discover how using flexible, funded adult qualifications can help you design the ideal programme for your learners’ needs and maximise your Adult Education Budget (AEB).
Gateway Qualifications’ response to the ESFA plans to remove funding from qualifications with low take up.
Many of you will be planning your adult curriculum for next year and resident funding guru Paul Saunders will be offering some options and tips for your Adult Education Budget.
What the Department for Education (DfE) review of post-16 vocational qualifications at level 3 and below in England could mean for you.
All of our Digital Skills for Work qualifications are eligible for funding for this year and next year, for use with adults and young people.
ESFA release the AEB funding rules for the 2019 to 2020 funding year (1 August 2019 to 31 July 2020).
Reinvest your levy through staff training and development