There has never been a busier time for those working across the Skills sector.
Faced with a recently published Skills White Paper, setting out reforms to post-16 technical education and training to support people to develop the skills needed to get good jobs and improve national productivity, as well as the more prominent challenge of reviewing measures taken now that will effectively transition the economy in future, there has never been a more important time to regroup, reset and look to the future of skills in the UK.
Bringing together policy makers and practitioners from across the spectrum of education, employment and government, join us to understand how we must regroup, reset and look to the future of skills in the UK.
With a focus on what those across the sector can create and prepare now for the future workforce to ensure an effective economic bouncback, we’ll also examine the latest policy reforms and review best practice from those creating effective programmes of change.
Julian Roberts, Head of Employability, Truro and Penwith College
Teresa Frith, Senior Skills Policy Manager, Association of Colleges