Prevista were very proud to work with the Worshipful Company of Educators and the City & Guilds Group to organise and sponsor a lecture series to hear from business leaders, policy-makers and industry experts on some of the most significant changes to professional and technical education and skills in a generation. These ran from February-April 2018.
We invited a wide range of industry stakeholders to be part of the conversation about how the education sector and UK employers can come together in uncertain economic and policy times to ensure the new skills system provides the future UK workforce with the skills they need to thrive. Particular emphasis was placed on the impact of the Levy on the take up of Apprenticeships, the effectiveness of current careers provision and the impact of current skills reforms on both the learner and Providers.
Chaired by Professor Sir Deian Hopkin
Chaired by Baroness Sue Garden
Chaired by Kirstie Donnelly MBE, Managing Director – City & Guilds
Each debate was followed by an hour of drinks and networking with peers from across the education and training sectors.
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