Cross-border provision of public services for Wales: further and higher education - Welsh Affairs Committee Contents


List of written evidence


1Memorandum submitted by Aberystwyth University Ev 74
2Memorandum submitted by Airbus UK Ev 76
3Memorandum submitted by the Alliance of Sector Skills Councils Ev 81
4Appendix 1 Lifelong Learning UK Ev 84
5Appendix 2 Institute of Motor Industry (imi-motor) Ev 90
6Appendix 3 Goskills Ev 91
7Appendix 4 Financial Services Skills Council (FSSC) Ev 94
8Appendix 5 Creative and Cultural Skills Council Ev 95
9Appendix 6 Summit Skills Council for Building Services Engineering Ev 95
10Appendix 7 Skillset Ev 96
11Appendix 8 Skills for Justice Ev 99
12Appendix 9 SEMTA (Science, Engineering And Manufacturing Technologies Sectors) Council Ev 100
13Appendix 10 Asset Skills Council (Property Services, Housing Facilities Management And Cleaning Industries) Ev 102
14Appendix 11 Lantra Council (Land Based And Environmental Sector) Ev 104
15Appendix 12 Cogent Council (Chemicals, Pharmaceuticals, Nuclear,Oil and Gas, Petroleum And Polymers) Ev 105
16Appendix 13 Energy & Utility Skills Council Ev 105
17Appendix 14 Government Skills Council Ev 107
18Appendix 15 SkillsActive Council Ev 108
19Memorandum submitted by the Association of Colleges Ev 111
16Memorandum submitted by The Right Reverend Anthony Priddis, MA, Dip Theol, FCEM, Bishop of Hereford Ev 114
17Memorandum submitted by Cardiff University Ev 114
18Memorandum submitted by CBI Cymru/Wales Ev 116
19Memorandum submitted by the Children's Commissioner for Wales Ev 118
20Memorandum submitted by the Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills (DIUS) Ev 119
21Supplementary memorandum submitted by the Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills Ev 134
22Letter from Bill Rammell MP, Minister of State for Lifelong Learning, Further and Higher Education to the Chairman Ev 135
23Memorandum submitted by fforwm Ev 136
24Supplementary memorandum submitted by fforwm and The Association of Colleges Ev 140
25Supplementary memorandum submitted by fforwm Ev 143
26Memorandum submitted by Mark Harper MP Ev 143
27Memorandum submitted by The Higher Education Funding Council for Wales (HEFCW) Ev 144
28Memorandum submitted by Higher Education Wales Ev 150
29Memorandum submitted by Professor Deian Hopkin, Vice Chancellor and Chief Executive, London South Bank University Ev 155
30Psychology, Cardiff University Ev 162
31Harper Adams University College Ev 164
32Memorandum submitted by the Letterkenny Institute of Technology Ev 166
33Memorandum submitted by the Lifelong Learning Network for Herefordshire & Worcestershire Ev 167
34Memorandum submitted by the National Institute of Adult Continuing Education (NIACE) Dysgu Cymru Ev 167
35Memorandum submitted by Professor Teresa Rees, Pro Vice Chancellor (Research), Cardiff University Ev 171
36Supplementary evidence from Professor Teresa Rees CBE, Pro Vice Chancellor, Cardiff University Ev 172
37Memorandum submitted by Research Councils UK (RCUK) Ev 173
38Supplementary memorandum submitted by Research Councils UK (RCUK) Ev 178
39Memorandum submitted by Professor Michael Scott, Principal, the North East Wales Institute of Higher Education (NEWI) Ev 180
40Memorandum submitted by Swansea University Ev 183
41Memorandum submitted by Universities UK Ev 185
42Memorandum submitted by the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff (UWIC) Ev 185
43Memorandum submitted by the Department for Children, Education, Lifelong Learning and Skills, Welsh Assembly Government Ev 186
44Letter from Rt Hon John Denham MP Ev 197
45Memorandum submitted by Professor Charlie Jeffery, University of Edinburgh Ev 198




 
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