Articles from CBI (Confederation of British Industry)

Ninety percent of workers will need new skills by 2030

#Skills2030 - A RADICAL NEW STRATEGY FOR LIFETIME RESKILLING MUST BE BEDROCK OF UK ECONOMIC RECOVERY @CBItweets 

Government announcement that low-skilled workers would not receive visas under post-Brexit immigration plans

@CBItweets RESPONDS TO DETAILS OF NEW UK IMMIGRATION SYSTEM The CBI has responded to the Government announcement setting out how the UK’s future immigration system will work.

45% of employers value academic and technical qualifications equally

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.

CBI unveils manifesto: 2020 will define the UK for a generation

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.

RENEWED PARTNERSHIP NEEDED TO KICKSTART LIFELONG LEARNING

Technology is rapidly changing the workplace whilst adult participation in education at its lowest in two decades.

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