[F5] Bridging the gap – tackling skill shortages in the fourth industrial revolution

Victoria Winkler
Anthony Seldon

[F5] Bridging the gap – tackling skill shortages in the fourth industrial revolution

Insight: expert masterclass

Learning and Development Stream 5 / Future Talent, Skills and Capabilities

Bridging the gap – tackling skill shortages in the fourth industrial revolution

The teaching methods of the third revolution era have failed to prepare people for a world of work dominated by technology and artificial intelligence. If we are to equip people with the skills and capabilities required to drive the future success of our organisations, the way we provide learning certainly needs a drastic overhaul. How can we tackle skills shortages and bridge the gap between an often outdated education system and a world of work that increasingly requires abilities that are not readily available? Join this inspirational masterclass for a deep-dive into:

  • partnering with education to influence and drive the teaching of the right skills in future talent
  • leveraging apprenticeships and alternative career paths to develop the skills you need
  • tackling skills shortages through cross-industry and cross-sector collaborations

Speaker:

  • Sir Anthony Seldon, Best-selling Author, Historian and Vice-Chancellor of The University of Buckingham

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