According to the Bank of England the UK unemployment rate is set to double this year and the economy is set to shrink by 14%.
As we prepare to move from acute crisis to business as unusual, we ask our panel how the world of business is responding and how the current pandemic has affected the future of skills and employability.
Join techUK, Network Rail, MakeUK and Education and Skills Funding Agency as we analyse what needs to be done to support the skills sector at an unprecedented time of disruption and change.
Policy Manager, techUK
Employment Development, Network Rail
Head of Large Employer Engagement Strategy, Education and Skills Funding Agency
Director of Research and Development, MakeUK
This webinar is just a part of what the GovNet Education series has to offer.
Join us in October for the Skills & Employability conference, to meet our speakers, network with peers and continue the discussion around skills funding, education-employer collaboration, workplace upskilling, and The Universal Skills Framework.