COI hands Wardour further education magazine contract

LONDON - The Central Office of Information has awarded a magazine contract to Wardour, following a three-way pitch.

The specialist publisher and corporate communications agency has been tasked with producing Quality Improvement, a further education journal targeting 7,000 principals, chief executives and curriculum quality managers at the UK’s further education colleges, sixth-form colleges, work-based training providers and adult community learning organisations.
The quarterly magazine will give readers advice on how to improve the quality of teaching at educational institutions, and will aim to engender greater collaboration between organisations within the further education system.
Quality Improvement will be edited by education journalist Mira Katbamna. The content will include research and commentary on the latest developments in further education.

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