Category: Education

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Teaching is a rewarding profession. Follow our top tips on the right training path to get your teaching career off to the best start.

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Denise Baker, Head of Pre-Qualification Healthcare talks about apprenticeships and how they are seemingly becoming unpopular to employers and why.

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When asked in a nationwide social mobility survey, four out of five people said there is a large gap between the social classes in Britain.

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Amidst the political turmoil and shifting Higher Education landscape, the reputation and profile of the University of Derby has been steadily growing.

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Drumsound and Bassline Smith artist, Benjamin Wiggett, explains why he chose to study BSc (Hons) Music Technology and Production at the University of Derby

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Lucy Ayre, Open Access Librarian at the University of Derby discusses Open Data and Researcher IDs as part of our series of blogs for Open Access Week.

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William Van Gordon, lecturer in Psychology at UDOL talks about open access publishing and tells us how he publishes research to maximise impact.

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Simon Peter Nadeem, Supply Chain Improvement PHD candidate, discusses whether access to academic research should be free and open access.

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Mohammed Jakhara, Head of Department for the Institute of Education at the University of Derby, offers advice to teachers to help students during Clearing.

A student working in an apprenticeship industry

Apprenticeships could offer a way of bridging the skills gap in the economy while at the same time boosting social mobility and worker productivity.