Using skills excellence to build back better

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Author: Exley, Stephen


If the turbulent months of 2020 have taught us anything, it is that nothing can be taken for granted. Employers and skills providers alike have been forced to rip up their business plans at short notice, as the world adapts to the 'new normal' of life in a pandemic. In terms of education policy, the scenario unfolding before our eyes necessitates serious investment in the skills of the nation. A long-term strategy informed - but not skewed - by the pandemic is essential if we are going to, in the words of the Prime Minister, 'build back better'. And if our island outside of the EU is to...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Skills and knowledge; Vocational education and training; Apprenticeship; Performance

Keywords: Skill needs; Skill development; Technical education and training; Leadership; Education and training system; Education industry relationship; Case study

Geographic subjects: Great Britain; Russia; Europe

Published: London, England: WorldSkills UK, 2020

Physical description: 51 p.

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Statement of responsibility: Edited by Stephen Exley

Resource type: Report

Document number: TD/TNC 142.1005

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