Policy Connect – Skills 2030: Building A World-Class Skills System

Policy Connect launched their latest Skills Commission report in Parliament in May; ‘Skills 2030: Building A World-Class Skills System’.

Chaired by the Rt. Hon Sir John Hayes CBE MP, the launch brought together parliamentarians, academics, industry leaders, and sector stakeholders to unveil an agenda for reforming the skills system in England over the next Parliament.

The report, following an inquiry by the Skills Commission, presents a holistic and wide-ranging vision to transform the skills system and ensure that it can adapt and respond to changing workforce needs in the years ahead. It sets out eleven recommendations to deliver meaningful and lasting improvements in the skills system, covering the following important themes:

  • Reshaping Skills Policy Decision-making,
  • Investing in the Future of Further Education and Skills,
  • Removing Barriers for Young Learners,
  • Maximising Employer Investment in Skills, and
  • Making Lifelong Learning a Reality.

You can read more on the report from Policy Connect here.


Skills 2030: Building A World-Class Skills System

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