Trends in job-related training and policies for building future skills into the recovery
Anna Valero and
CVER Research Papers from Centre for Vocational Education Research
The trends outlined in this paper and the broader evidence suggest that new or enhanced policies to increase the quantity and quality of job-related training are required, particularly for younger workers or those with lower levels of educational attainment. Increased support for adult education and training announced since the onset of Covid-19, including the National Skills Fund, and short-term incentives for apprentices are welcome.
Keywords: apprenticeship; FE (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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