CBI’s annual pulse-check on what business thinks about the education and skills.
People and skills are at the heart of our economic prosperity. With a good education and the right skills, everyone has the best chance to get a job and get on in their career.
The Education and Skills survey is the CBI’s annual pulse-check on what business thinks about education and skills. It aims to find out more about the current and anticipated skills needs, what business really thinks the priorities should be in schools, apprenticeships, technical education reform, retraining – and much more.
The findings will shape the CBI’s future policy recommendations to ensure UK businesses have the skills required to flourish over the coming decades.
Better understanding of what business thinks on education is more vital than ever. The next ten years the way we live, and work will rapidly change due to technological developments, globalisation, the impact of Artificial Intelligence, automation and other factors. This will bring exciting opportunities, but also present challenges for the next generation that will need to be addressed. The survey gathers the evidence needed to develop the policies and reforms that need to take place now and in the coming years.
In recent year’s the Education and Skills survey findings have been widely quoted in the press, including the Financial Times, the BBC and the Independent. Ultimately, the survey provides unique access to a range of business and employer views and experiences. The deadline for filling out the survey is Wednesday 15 August.
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