Tag Archive: Employment

Report launch event – Careers 2020 Phase Two: A cloudy horizon

To make progress in their lives and contribute to society, all young people need the right skills, knowledge and aptitudes, underpinned by the ability to make appropriate learning, work and life choices. Given a challenging context to achieving these outcomes, and the ambitious agenda of change pursued by the government, it is understandable that there…

Pocket Watch – Messages for the Chancellor as he prepares for his latest Budget

Budget

Introduction A week to go to the Budget and as ever the Chancellor has not been short of advice. Key areas of interest for those in the world of education and skills are likely to be any measures that stimulate growth and any that help ease unemployment particularly that of young people   Context The…

Employer engagement in education and young people

employer engagement

What is the role of the employer in education? In our rapidly changing world of work this is one of the more pressing questions relating to young people in education and employment. At this year’s Education and Employers Taskforce conference the keynote speaker and lead author on the Pathways to Prosperity report, professor Bob Schwartz…

Policy Watch – ‘Sweating it out.’ Education faces up to a difficult year

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7 January 2011 [2011/01] Policy Watch – Sweating it out. Education faces a difficult year. Introduction There didn’t seem to be much good news in the New Year messages this year. David Cameron suggested it was going to be “a difficult year,” Sir Richard Lambert of the CBI went for “a rocky year,” the Economist…

Tag Archive: Employment

Report launch event – Careers 2020 Phase Two: A cloudy horizon

To make progress in their lives and contribute to society, all young people need the right skills, knowledge and aptitudes, underpinned by the ability to make appropriate learning, work and life choices. Given a challenging context to achieving these outcomes, and the ambitious agenda of change pursued by the government, it is understandable that there…

Pocket Watch – Messages for the Chancellor as he prepares for his latest Budget

Budget

Introduction A week to go to the Budget and as ever the Chancellor has not been short of advice. Key areas of interest for those in the world of education and skills are likely to be any measures that stimulate growth and any that help ease unemployment particularly that of young people   Context The…

Employer engagement in education and young people

employer engagement

What is the role of the employer in education? In our rapidly changing world of work this is one of the more pressing questions relating to young people in education and employment. At this year’s Education and Employers Taskforce conference the keynote speaker and lead author on the Pathways to Prosperity report, professor Bob Schwartz…

Policy Watch – ‘Sweating it out.’ Education faces up to a difficult year

5B

7 January 2011 [2011/01] Policy Watch – Sweating it out. Education faces a difficult year. Introduction There didn’t seem to be much good news in the New Year messages this year. David Cameron suggested it was going to be “a difficult year,” Sir Richard Lambert of the CBI went for “a rocky year,” the Economist…

Tag Archive: Employment

Report launch event – Careers 2020 Phase Two: A cloudy horizon

To make progress in their lives and contribute to society, all young people need the right skills, knowledge and aptitudes, underpinned by the ability to make appropriate learning, work and life choices. Given a challenging context to achieving these outcomes, and the ambitious agenda of change pursued by the government, it is understandable that there…

Pocket Watch – Messages for the Chancellor as he prepares for his latest Budget

Budget

Introduction A week to go to the Budget and as ever the Chancellor has not been short of advice. Key areas of interest for those in the world of education and skills are likely to be any measures that stimulate growth and any that help ease unemployment particularly that of young people   Context The…

Employer engagement in education and young people

employer engagement

What is the role of the employer in education? In our rapidly changing world of work this is one of the more pressing questions relating to young people in education and employment. At this year’s Education and Employers Taskforce conference the keynote speaker and lead author on the Pathways to Prosperity report, professor Bob Schwartz…

Policy Watch – ‘Sweating it out.’ Education faces up to a difficult year

5B

7 January 2011 [2011/01] Policy Watch – Sweating it out. Education faces a difficult year. Introduction There didn’t seem to be much good news in the New Year messages this year. David Cameron suggested it was going to be “a difficult year,” Sir Richard Lambert of the CBI went for “a rocky year,” the Economist…

Tag Archive: Employment

Report launch event – Careers 2020 Phase Two: A cloudy horizon

To make progress in their lives and contribute to society, all young people need the right skills, knowledge and aptitudes, underpinned by the ability to make appropriate learning, work and life choices. Given a challenging context to achieving these outcomes, and the ambitious agenda of change pursued by the government, it is understandable that there…

Pocket Watch – Messages for the Chancellor as he prepares for his latest Budget

Budget

Introduction A week to go to the Budget and as ever the Chancellor has not been short of advice. Key areas of interest for those in the world of education and skills are likely to be any measures that stimulate growth and any that help ease unemployment particularly that of young people   Context The…

Employer engagement in education and young people

employer engagement

What is the role of the employer in education? In our rapidly changing world of work this is one of the more pressing questions relating to young people in education and employment. At this year’s Education and Employers Taskforce conference the keynote speaker and lead author on the Pathways to Prosperity report, professor Bob Schwartz…

Policy Watch – ‘Sweating it out.’ Education faces up to a difficult year

5B

7 January 2011 [2011/01] Policy Watch – Sweating it out. Education faces a difficult year. Introduction There didn’t seem to be much good news in the New Year messages this year. David Cameron suggested it was going to be “a difficult year,” Sir Richard Lambert of the CBI went for “a rocky year,” the Economist…