Connecting FE, #SkillsWorld LIVE is a new live radio show, supported by FAB in association with FE News. For the education sector as we tackle COVID-19. #InItTogether
Presented by Tom Bewick, #SkillsWorld Live builds on the popular podcast series, #SkillsWorld on FE News, where Tom interviewed some of the leading figures shaping the post-compulsory education and skills systems, including apprenticeships.
Supported by the Federation of Awarding Bodies, their Platinum Partners' programme, and in association with FE News, #SkillsWorldLive carries:
— daily interviews with special guests, in the UK, and from around the globe
— phone-ins for people working in the FE and skills sector to share their Covid-19 stories
— analysis of the key issues affecting employers, learners, providers and awarding bodies during this challenging time
— spotlight stories on the unsung heroes helping our education system stay afloat during these unprecedented times
Your World. #SkillsWorld. Available for broadcast, download and replay on the FE News website (www.fenews.co.uk) and other channels (e.g. Spotify, iTunes and Sound Cloud).
Presenter: Tom Bewick
Editor: Kelly O’Meara
Technical producer: Jonathan Merrifield
Digital producer: Ellie Hanson
Policy: Dr Rebecca Conway
Operations: Karen Daws
Skills World Live Productions is delighted to announce @OneFileUK as the new sponsor for its popular podcast radio show- #SkillsWorldLive
The third season of the show includes some new innovations, including being broadcast as a visual podcast for the first time; in addition to being made available on all the usual audio podcasting sites (e.g. iTunes, Spotify and Spreaker).
On #SkillsWorldLive tonight, guests include: Kirsti Lord | Calvin Robinson | Shola West | Robin Landman | Frank Douglas | Safaraz Ali | David Russell discussing: Diversity in FE, what can be done about it?
On #SkillsWorldLive tonight, guests include: Charlotte Bosworth | David Phillips | David Gallagher | Olivia Bussey | Daisy Hooper | Rebecca Conway discussing: Future of FE: What do awarding organisations think?