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Evidence Session - HTQs and Level 4 and 5 Skills

23 November 2021

This Evidence Session focussed on Higher Technical Qualifications and the role of Universities in delivering Level 4 and Level 5 skills

Evidence Session - Creating a local ecosystem that supports talent and innovation

12 October 2021

This Evidence Session focussed on how Education and Skills can play a role in local agendas, especially when aiming to turn around places, by creating an ecosystem that supports talent and innovation.

Report Launch: The Pathway to Lifelong Education

4 October 2021

In this first report, kindly sponsored by Birkbeck, the Lifelong Education Commission seeks to recommend how the barriers to adult learning can be removed; what future investment is needed to support this; and what change is needed to ensure the maximum flexibility that will benefit learners and deliver on the promise of a whole system change for lifelong education.

Pathways to lifelong learning

19 July 2021

Evidence Session with Bill Lucas, John Butcher, Willy Kitchen, and Ashley Wheaton

Levelling Up with Education and Skills

14 July 2021

With Luke Hall MP, Minister for Regional Growth and Local Government, Damian Allen, Chief Executive, Doncaster Council and Michael Stevenson, OECD

Funding our Education and Skills System

6 July 2021

Evidence Session with Philip Augar, Claire Callender, Jack Britton, and David Hughes

In conversation with SoS Gavin Williamson

26 May 2021

On 26th May 2021, our Lifelong Education Commission, welcomed the Secretary of State for Education Gavin Williamson and the Minister of Apprenticeships and Skills Gillian Keegan, to discuss the Government’s White Paper ‘Skills for jobs: lifelong learning for opportunity and growth’.

Lifelong Education Commission Launch

19 February 2021

The Commission will seek to recommend how barriers to lifelong learning can be removed, what future investment is needed to support this and what regulatory change is needed to ensure the maximum possible flexibility that will benefit learners.