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Traditional academic learning has got to evolve to reflect the fourth industrial revolution

#StandUpForSkills - Recovery and Resilience: Reskilling Our Way Back into Work It's very apt that [this Recovery and Resilience report] comes on the back of the prime minister only this week talking about Build, Build, Build. I think we would probably say Skills, Skills, Skills. Basically, what we're talking about in the report is the need to act now.

What will happen to the 230,000 university graduates entering the workforce this summer? Weekly Show 4: #SkillsWorldLIVE

Tonight's guests include: Emma Hardy MP, Shadow FE & Universities Minister | Richard Hewitt, Director of HE at Emsi | Professor Martin Jones, Deputy Vice Chancellor at Staffordshire University |Stephen Isherwood, Chief Executive at Institute of Student Employers | Kirstie Donnelly, Chief Executive at City & Guilds |  Robert Halfon MP Chair of the House of Commons Education Select Committee

We Need to Make it Easier for Businesses to Invest in Adult Skills

Last week (19 Jun) @EducationGovUK announced a billion pound funding for a COVID19 catch-up plan to tackle the impact of lost teaching time.

How do we ensure the Adult Skills Agenda is not forgotten? Weekly Show 3: #SkillsWorldLIVE

Tonight's guests include: Gillian Keegan, Apprenticeships and Skills Minister | Anne Milton, Former Skills Minister | David Corke, Director of Education & Skills Policy at AoC | Fiona Aldridge, Director for Policy and Research at Learning and Work Institute | Simon Ashworth, Chief Policy Officer, AELP

Has the cause of Social Mobility been put back by a generation? Weekly Show 2: #SkillsWorldLIVE and #StandUpForSkills

Tonight's guests include: Steven Cooper, Social Mobility Commissioner & Ex Chief Executive Officer of Barclaycard Business | Professor Lee Elliot-Major OBE, Professor of Social Mobility at the University of Exeter | Cindy Rampersaud, Senior Vice President, Pearson BTEC and Apprenticeship | Helen Barnard, Acting Director of Joseph Rowntree Foundation | Palvinder Singh, Group Deputy Principal, Finance Planning & Business, Curriculum Development at NCG, Kidderminster College | #StandUpForSkills with Kirstie Donnelly, CEO of City & Guilds | Frank Douglas, Non-Executive Director, City & Guilds Group and CEO of Caerus Executive.

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KEEPING APPRENTICES ENGAGED...AND FUNDED

Overview In these difficult times it is really important that training providers work with their employers to keep as many apprentices as possible...

  • Tuesday, 14 July 2020 02:00 PM
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