FE Community

FE Community - Further Education, Skills & Employability Communication Network

Kate Smith
  • Female
  • Basingstoke
  • United Kingdom
Share on Facebook

Kate Smith's Page

Kate Smith's Press Release

Solihull College stay ahead with evidence based planning

Solihull College has signed up to both Total Solution Mapping (TSM) and Analyst on an initial three year deal.


Solihull College will be using Analyst, the labour market skills forecasting tool to generate intelligence on the changing profile of the local job market, ensuring that their curriculum is focused on key local sectors and the occupations that make up these sectors. Alongside this, TSM, the demographic information targeting software will be used to target marketing…


Released on April 18, 2011 at 11:48 —

Bedford College maximise opportunity


Bedford College is the latest college to implement ACTIVE’s Total Solution Mapping (TSM) tool by signing up to an initial three year deal.

With the FE sector facing significant budget cuts and changing priorities, Bedford College recognise the need to maximise every opportunity by ensuring that their curriculum meets the needs…


Released on March 30, 2011 at 16:35 —

Colchester Institute revolutionise Student Services with INTUITION

Colchester Institute have become the latest further education organisation to implement INTUITION, the web-based Student Services management tool from ACTIVE.


With an OFSTED inspection on the horizon, Colchester Institute is keen to show the great progress that they have made in Student Services.  INTUITION is seen by the Institute as a key tool to help highlight improvements in the management of Student Services and a step in the right direction towards quantifying the value…


Released on February 25, 2011 at 12:50 —

Analyst leading the way as colleges focus on employability

Over the last few months five colleges have purchased Analyst to ensure that they are at the forefront of intelligent curriculum planning. 


Since the Comprehensive Spending Review announcement last year, employability has become a dominant theme across the FE sector. Standing still and failing to plan for the future labour market is no longer an option. With a government very much focused on learner outcomes and in particular the ability for students to enter employment at…


Released on February 7, 2011 at 12:30 —

Comment Wall

You need to be a member of FE Community to add comments!

  • No comments yet!

© 2018   Created by FEnews.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Privacy Policy  |  Terms of Service