Talent 2050: Skills and Education for the Future of Engineering
- Published: Monday, 08 July 2019 08:13
- Written by National Centre for Universities and Business
To drive innovation, productivity and economic growth the UK needs to prepare for the skills challenges of the coming decades. Through workshops and a rapid evidence assessment, the Talent 2050 final report explores future engineering needs in the UK for a globally-competitive skills and diversity mix.
The report recommendations consider the broader skills required in engineering roles of the future. They suggest a more inclusive approach where recruitment or enrolment is based on the potential to gain the right skills rather than prior attainment; and with careers expected to be longer recognising and providing support for upskilling and reskilling; and making use of on-line learning tools at all career stages.
Authors: Paul Jackson (Jasia Education Ltd), Robin Mellors-Bourne (Careers Research Advisory Centre), Nitin Dahad (TechSpark Ltd)
Supported by: Barclays, London South Bank University, NATS, Pearson
Publication: 8 July 2019
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