With their close employer relationships, colleges have a major advantage over schools and universities, says Ronel Lehmann.
We live in complex times – but things are not as complex as some believe. It is often said that government must do more to support business, but I would argue that it is doing just that. In 25 years in business – often travelling to 30 or 40 countries a year – I have never seen a time as I do now when government is so “ahead of business” as it is in many areas.
As a nervous university student keen to make a good impression, you would be forgiven for wanting to comb your hair, polish your shoes and maybe even clean your teeth before a job interview.
In an increasingly digital social media world, Finito is delighted to welcome Bruce Daisley, Managing Director, Twitter on 8th March, in the next of our Speaker Series, hosted in conjunction with Quintessentially Education.
Financial stress brings a terrible cost to mental health and relationships but is Financial Education in schools the answer?
When the Chairman of the Education Select Committee, Rt Hon Robert Halfon MP, makes a key note address, it is always going to be worthy of note, especially when its Ladder of Opportunity content resonates so firmly with the work of Finito. Although this speech was given in early December, if you haven’t read it, […]
Mark Bennett, Business Development Manager, Regent Leadership Why do some people achieve massive success, and others do not? What makes truly successful people successful These are the questions I ask myself on a daily basis, because too often in corporate life we see people with the same education, the same knowledge base and the same […]
All our alumni students are for life. We chart their progress and continue to keep in touch. There may be those who think this is sycophantic, but we believe it is symptomatic of our commitment to help those who join our Work Ready courses until they find their career path. Some of our students are […]
by Fred Sugarman-Warner, Head of Carfax Tutors For many parents, tutoring is an open secret. We all know the numbers: in London, it might be as high as 45%. In many schools, most of the class will receive complementary tuition in the evenings or weekends. In the past, schools advised against tutoring, believing that it […]