How do we repair the breakdown between work and prosperity – or at least work and a decent standard of living? From a skills point of view, we must start by building an effective post-16 education system so that a low-skill, low-pay job ceases to be anybody’s only option.
By Andy Norman, Charlotte Alldritt
For the UK’s skills system to function properly, we must tackle the pervasive information gaps currently preventing optimal outcomes.
Skills analyst Andy Norman reviews the recent policy developments announced in the Budget and Industrial Strategy White Paper
Using the example of the automotive industry, skills analyst Andy Norman explains why Britain must first solve its skills crisis if it is to make the most of Brexit