23 October 2020
10:00 - 11:00
The forum provides opportunities for members to feed into wide-ranging CBI policy, aimed at championing the role for both HE and FE in supporting the UK economy to thrive, as well as a peer network for the sectors to discuss issues of value.
This session will focus on the state of adult education and lifelong learning and explore the latest CBI report on the UK’s reskilling challenge. The report, preview available here, reveals fresh evidence on future economic demand, concluding that the UK will need to invest an additional £130bn over the next decade to prevent skills gaps and job shortages. Without bold action, technological change and automation could deepen inequality and result in an ‘unjust transition’ to new ways of working.
Our report sets out a 2030 vision for a revolution in reskilling, with further and higher education providers at its heart. We are now looking to CBI membership to help us shape how we deliver upon this ambition.
By attending this event, you will:
10:00 Welcome address
10:05 Overview of CBI Reskilling Report
10:15 The role for further and higher education providers
10:20 Roundtable discussion on reskilling challenge, and the role of providers
10:55 Closing remarks
This event is open to CBI members working in providers of further and higher education or training, including:
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