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"Welcome!   Here are a few tips which will help you use your FE Community profile to its full potential! FE Community is the social network for the FE, Skills and Employability sector – brought to you by www.FEnews.co.uk and…"
Oct 30, 2013
Press Release by Rachel Harman

A new look at engaging 16-24 year olds to take control of their own career.

It’s well known that the UK jobs market is as competitive as ever with the increase in University tuition fees and as many as 1 in 10 graduates out of work six months after graduating, it’s no surprise that 54% of school leavers would opt for an apprenticeship if one were available. Generation Y is the fastest growing segment of today’s workforce meaning employers cannot ignore the needs, desires and attitudes of this generation. Their preferences and dislikes are often misunderstood with many…See More
Oct 23, 2013
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A new look at engaging 16-24 year olds to take control of their own career.

It’s well known that the UK jobs market is as competitive as ever with the increase in University tuition fees and as many as 1 in 10 graduates out of work six months after graduating, it’s no surprise that 54% of school leavers would opt for an apprenticeship if one were available.

 

Generation Y is the fastest growing segment of today’s workforce meaning employers cannot ignore the needs, desires and attitudes of this generation. Their preferences and dislikes are…

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At 16:39 on October 29, 2013, Richard Burdon said…

Welcome!

 

Here are a few tips which will help you use your FE Community profile to its full potential!

FE Community is the social network for the FE, Skills and Employability sector – brought to you by www.FEnews.co.uk and www.FEcareers.co.uk

On FE Community you can network with other FE professionals, add forums and discuss hot topics within the sector, add Press Releases and Event information for involvement on FE Community and FE News. You can even add your own embedded videos on your personal profile.

You can also integrate your FE Community activity with your Facebook wall or Twitter (if you have an account with either Facebook or Twitter). Here is a link explaining how you can do this: http://fecommunity.ning.com/profiles/blogs/did-you-know-that-you-can-now.

It’s really easy and it has saved me loads of time keeping everything up to date, so hopefully it will do the same for you too!

We also recommend that you update your Settings, particularly your Privacy settings so as you can approve all messages before they appear on your profile. To do this, please click on the Privacy tab which is located on the right hand column on FE Community. In your settings located on your profile you can also change the appearance and add a profile image to make your account more appealing to others.


I hope this helps

Kind Regards


The FE Community Team

 

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