further education


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further education

n
(Education) (in Britain) formal education beyond school other than at a university or polytechnic
Translations
další vzdělávání
videreuddannelse
täydennyskoulutus
daljnje školovanje
継続教育
성인 교육
högre utbildning
การศึกษาระดับสูง
đào tạo nâng cao

further education

nWeiterbildung f, → Fortbildung f

further education

n (Brit) → corsi mpl di formazione

further education

التَعْلِيمُ الإضَافِيّ další vzdělávání videreuddannelse Weiterbildung συνεχιζόμενη εκπαίδευση enseñanza para adultos täydennyskoulutus enseignement post-scolaire daljnje školovanje istruzione superiore 継続教育 성인 교육 voortgezet onderwijs videreutdannelse dalsza edukacja educação superior, formação contínua дальнейшее образование högre utbildning การศึกษาระดับสูง ileri eğitim đào tạo nâng cao 继续教育
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It means the nation's further education workforce is more mature than that of schools, in which the majority - 60% - of teachers registered are younger than 45.
Mr Baker said: "The consultation sets out a range of policy commitments that will establish a world class system of further education in Northern Ireland.
Among Further Education learners, 89% indicated that they felt their course was better, or as expected.
Cardiff and Vale also made it into the top three on the shortlist for ColeaguCymru's Innovation in Further Education award and the prize for Promoting Social Justice and Equality.
With Ofsted proposing a new framework for further education and skills providers through their Better Inspection for All consultation, this conference could not come at a more critical juncture in the future development of quality and accountability assurance in the further education and skills sector.
Freedom of information requests elicit the fact that more than half of our universities and 61% of further education colleges have teaching staff on zero hours contracts.
Almost two thirds of school pupils aged 16 and over do sport at least once a week, compared to 52% of higher education students and 50% of further education students.
Mr Swales, pictured right, who raised the issue in the House of Commons yesterday, said: "The current allocation of free school meals produces a gross injustice for students who choose to attend further education and sixth form colleges such as Prior Pursglove and Redcar and Cleveland College.
We have to get the message across to the Government that they risk breaking further education and if they do break it, it will take years to fix.
The Sutton Coldfield-born man - a former head boy at Bishop Vesey's Grammar School in Sutton Coldfield - previously served as Birmingham City Council's further education officer from 1984 to 1988 after starting out as a lecturer in the North West.
He served as principal of New College Nottingham for nearly eight years, a role which he left last July to become chairman of the Information Authority, a body which oversees data collection in further education.
If you train within one of the country's largest organisations, you have the opportunity to combine further education with action, adventure and excitement - proving learning doesn't have to be just in a classroom, it can be in the field, on operational tours of duty and when travelling the world.

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