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Education and Learning for the Modern World: CBI/Pearson 2019 Education and Skills Survey report #FutureofEducation
EMPLOYER COMMITMENT TO SKILLS TRAINING STRENGTHENS
New survey report finds most firms expect to maintain or increase investment in training their workforce amid expanding links between businesses and schools, colleges, and universities.
Unlock competitiveness and work with business, as next year will define UK for a generation, says CBI Director-General
The next government must set the UK on course to tackle the biggest challenges of our day: giving every young person the skills for a changing world; reducing the blight of inequality across our country; and tackling the climate crisis. This will require a more inclusive form of capitalism than ever before, and business is ready to play its full part, the CBI will say.
FURTHER REFORM URGENTLY NEEDED FOR EFFECTIVE #APPRENTICESHIP LEVY
Urgent steps must be taken by Government to reform the Apprenticeship Levy in England, so firms can offer more of the high-quality training they need to succeed. That’s according to a new CBI report, ‘Learning on the job: Improving the Apprenticeship Levy.’
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