Following the publication of the Scottish Government’s Future Skills Action Plan, this half-day conference will provide attendees with the opportunity to discuss how business, government and our colleges and universities can work collaboratively to enhance upskilling and retraining opportunities across Scotland.
The impact of AI and automation on the workplace, combined with Scotland’s ageing workforce, means that lifelong learning has become more important than ever.
This event will explore what upskilling and retraining activity is already happening across Scotland, the support available to employers and workers and how existing initiatives can be reformed to make them more responsive to demand. Attendees will also have the chance to hear what other businesses are doing to tackle the challenge of the changing world of work and the insights gained will be used to help shape the direction of the new National Retraining Partnership.
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Who should attend?
This event is open to all CBI members and non-members. Those most likely to benefit from attending are senior executives responsible for:
- Staff recruitment and retention
- Learning and development
- Staff welfare and wellbeing
- Benefits and Pay
- Diversity and inclusion
This event brings greater benefits to all attendees when the audience is diverse - with leaders from different businesses, regions, sectors and job roles. To enable diversity, all spaces will be allocated by the CBI to maximise the potential for a successful event.
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Please contact the Event Manager Colette Cunningham.
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