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Protocol is the leading lecturer and assessor recruitment agency in the Further Education sector, providing colleges and FE providers with the very best candidates; and candidates with the best FE jobs in the UK. Protocol has been serving the FE sector for over 20 years providing recruitment service across a range of subjects and specialisms from; temporary and permanent college Lecturers, Learning Support Assistants and Assessors to non academic college support staff through to Senior Executives and Interim Managers.

Because we work solely in the FE sector and with over 250 Colleges and Further Education providers you can rest assured that we understand the challenges and pressures of the sector. All of our services are tailor made to compliment the way in which our clients work, helping them become more efficient and cost effective.


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MAY 27

The New Candidate Space and Visibility Online - Coming to an internet connection near you!

From 1st July the new Candidate Space and Visibility Online will be here... and we're really excited! Our new system has been designed to make life easier for you and will be full... read more»

MAY 16

So, how do I run my college in deficit, yet still survive?

As seen on FE News In the grand scheme of ‘how do they do that?’ questions – is it really possible to run a largely public- funded educational institution at a... read more»

MAY 05

Can Colleges really cut it commercially? – after all, we are not making watches!

AS SEEN ON FE NEWS My dear stepfather was a jobbing builder who understood the need to differentiate levels of accuracy and performance. Where a ‘rough job’ ensued he... read more»