The former Conservative education minister and home secretary discusses what University Technical Colleges are doing to fight the UK’s skills gap
Shankar Narayanan, head of UK&I, Tata Consultancy Services, explains how getting students excited about the digital future will be integral to fixing the UK’s digital skills shortage, and supporting the wider economy
James Daunt took on Waterstones when it was an ailing high-street chain and turned it, within seven years, into a profit-making operation.
Clare McNeil, associate director for work and families at IPPR, and Rod Dowler, chairman of the Industry Forum, debate the threat that robots pose to employees, and whether skills can save them.
The chancellor of Cambridge University, Labour peer and former science and innovation minister David Sainsbury examines the UK’s need for technical education reform.
The Labour peer and former Home Secretary explains why the principles of citizenship must be upheld and instilled in young people.
Petra Wilton, Director of Strategy, Chartered Management Institute, lays bare the risks of poor management to the UK's productivity
The snobbery towards vocational courses must stop, writes Shadow Secretary of State for Education, Angela Rayner
Nik Powell, Director of the National Film and Television School, explains why the NFTS is training a new type of producer
Conventional wisdom decrees that a happy workforce is a productive one. Why, then, are so many people in Britain unhappy at work?
Educators and employers are re-designing the way they train people. Sir Mark Grundy, executive principal of Shireland Collegiate Academy and Steve Beswick, Microsoft’s director of education, discuss the new wave of skills-led learning