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Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe



The Skills Summit 2015

Posted by Jodie Crossley 4 years 8 months ago

Thursday 12 February 2015

Westminster Briefing’s fifth annual Skills Summit will bring together leaders from the education sector, government and industry to determine the best way of building effective, responsive skills and training programmes for young people and adults.

As ever, this year’s agenda is modelled on the interests of those at the heart of the skills debate. Contributors to the event programme include the UK Commission for Employment & Skills, leading adult-learning body NIACE, ERSA, the voice for the welfare-to-work industry and Training Journal, the only dedicated publication for the training and L&D industry.

The summit is marketed to a range of delegates unrivalled in the skill sector conference world, taking in Westminster Briefing’s 20,000 further and higher education contacts, Training Journal’s employer community, and steering group affiliates, including a pool of several thousand independent training providers, local authorities and charities.

Event language(s):
Event type: 
Attending fee: 
Registration deadline: 
Online event: 
Organised by: 
Westminster Briefing
Contact details: 
John Nassoori : 020 7593 5739 :
Number of delegates: 
100 - 200
Target group: 
Academics, students, researchers in andragogy
Adult learning networks & organisations
Adult learning networks & organisations
Projects & partnerships
Policy makers
Media professionals
Theme addressed:
Expected (learning) outcomes: 
Developing a sustainable skills system; Employer engagement: meeting business requirements; Skills for growth: connecting learners with current and future job needs; Integrating employment and skills services: aligning priorities and targets; Vocational learning: what does excellent look like - a professional perspective.
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