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REC Audited Education panel launches to engage with education stakeholders

REC Audited Education panel launches to engage with education stakeholders

The first REC Audited Education panel is set to meet this week to bring together recruiters working in the education sector with key stakeholders.  

Chaired by Professor John Howson, from the University of Oxford, the panel will offer the opportunity for representatives from key education bodies to raise and address issues that concern education recruiters and the flexible workforce in the sector, and help to guide the development of the REC Audited Education product.  

Representatives from the REC will be joined by the Independent Academies Association, the Association of School and College Leaders, Voice: the union for education professionals and the National Association of School Business Management. The first meeting will also be observed the Department for Education and the British Council.  

Professor John Howson said: “With the increase in school population over the next decade, the Panel will provide an opportunity for recruiters and others involved in ensuring an adequate supply of trained teachers to come together on a regular basis and work through the challenges involved in matching teacher supply with demand.” 

REC director of policy and professional services Tom Hadley said: “With so much happening in the education sector it’s more important than ever for us to build links with key partners so that our work reflects the needs of schools and takes on board the needs of our key stakeholders. The panel will help drive specific industry initiatives such as REC Audited Education and will also inform our activities on addressing broader issues such as safeguarding, the skills gap and the teacher shortage.”

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