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1,000 18-24 year-olds from across the UK were polled online from 20-28 August 2018, on their understanding of opportunities in the green economy. The results have been weighted to be representative of this sub-section of the UK population.  

Almost two-thirds (65%) say they would prefer a job in the green economy than one outside it – this equates to around 3,700,000 young people in the UK 

We have speakers form NCFE and the DfE attending to discuss the impending Functional Skills reforms and the latest developments concerning the government’s PREVENT Strategy.

Following the breakfast update, there will be a further in-depth PREVENT workshop in the afternoon building upon the information discussed  at the breakfast meeting.

Reserve your free places on our Eventbrite page here: TDN Eventbrite

Please book on to both events if you are planning to attend the workshop in the afternoon!



YMCA Derbyshire are looking to fill two roles within the organisation.


1. Receptionist based in Derby, working 14 hours per week Monday to Friday. The rate of pay is £7.83 per hour.

You can view the advert here: Receptionist Vacancy and the full job description here: Receptionist JD

We are pleased to announce that we will have representatives from NCFE and the DfE at our next members breakfast talking about the Functional Skills reforms and the PREVENT Strategy.

Following the members breakfast there will be a PREVENT workshop in the afternoon building upon the update provided at the breakfast meeting.

Further details will be provided closer to the event an you can reserve your free places on our Eventbrite page here: TDN Eventbrite

The handbook describes the main activities inspectors undertake when they conduct inspections of further education and skills providers in England under Part 8 of the Education and Inspections Act 2006.

It also sets out the judgements that inspectors will make and on which they will report. The handbook has two parts: