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Commenting on the Launch of the Young Person’s Guarantee today by the Cabinet Secretary for Economy, Fair Work and Culture, Fiona Hyslop MSP, which will ensure access to a job, education, training or development programme for every 16-24-year-old.
Colleges Scotland and NUS Scotland have written to Richard Lochhead, Minister for Further Education, Higher Education and Science regarding the NHS student placements.
The College Lecturer Registration Programme is being taken forward in response to the national agreement to register all lecturers working in Scotland’s colleges through GTC Scotland.
Following the agreement, GTC Scotland, EIS FELA and Colleges Scotland have been working with sector stakeholders to investigate requirements and establish pathways for mandatory registration of college lecturers with GTC Scotland.
A registration pilot project is being carried out with three colleges. The work undertaken in the pilot will help ensure that GTC Scotland’s systems and processes are optimised for the roll out of registration across the sector.
The three colleges taking part in the initial pilot are Dundee and Angus College, Forth Valley College and Glasgow Kelvin College.
Further information can be found on the GTC Scotland website at www.gtcs.org.uk/college.aspx.
The Independent Commission on the College of the Future has published its final UK-wide report today (Wednesday, 28 October 2020).
Read the report and Colleges Scotland's pdf Comment on College of the Future Report Launch - Wednesday 28 October 2020 (68 KB) .
This report sets out the UK-wide recommendations and will be followed later this year by reports for each of the four nations, setting out nation-specific recommendations in further detail.
Colleges Scotland has commented on on the SFC Phase 1 Report: Review of Coherent Provision and Sustainability, published today (Tuesday, 20 October 2020).