The Future of Work

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The Future of Work

A collection of resources to assist planning for the digital age in the 21stC.

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The Future of Work – A new report by CASCAID supported by Education and Employers

Supported by Education and Employers, CASCAID have launched their latest report The Future of Work, which explores the impact of technology on young people’s expectations of work and careers education. The report reflects on how generational differences have shaped the workplace and people’s attitudes towards work. The authors also examine how the fourth industrial revolution is affecting how we work and the types of jobs that exist today.

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Digital transformation efforts changing companies, careers, teams on multiple fronts from Between the Lines

The alignment of vocational education and training

Source: PSE April/May 2019

How can vocational education and training match workforce skills with the needs of the economy? Senior research fellow at the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) Anna Round reports.

The alignment of vocational education and training with workforce skills and needs of the economy is vital for economic and social justice, and the design of skills systems reflects its importance. Employer engagement, partnership working, and work-based learning all play a part, as does the decentralisation of skills governance.

Library of Policy Matters

from the European Network to Support Guidance and Counselling website. Education & Training 2020, New Skills Agenda, Other Documents.

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