LEAs 'lack experience'

27th November 2009 at 00:00
Local authorities lack the capacity to run further education funding from next April

Local authorities lack the capacity to run further education funding from next April, according to the chief executive of the national vocational awarding body NCFE. David Grailey said: "Local education authority employees are already busy - but give them sixth forms and colleges to worry about and they start to look seriously over-stretched. Colleges and training centres are likely to witness a high level of disruption from these changes before we see any tangible improvement."

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