This will support Indian States to leverage the investment in major infrastructure in order to increase skilling and the capacity of the workforce not just for the project they are engaged on but for subsequent projects. The Big Skills approach is designed to take people from all parts of society, including those who are unemployed and give them the necessary skills; those building the human capital in the State.
We now focus in on what the specific priority sectors look like in the UK and provide a brief profile, headline facts and an individual skills ecosystem grid populated with stakeholders for each of these four industrial areas;
•Aeronautical and Aviation,
To note, in each of these profiles we omit the last skills function ‘Review’ since this is fully covered in the generic UK Skills Ecosystem grid and is not sector specific.
NOCN Group has partnered with WorldSkills UK through its programme ‘Seeing is Believing: Accessing the World’s Best Skills Innovations’, to enhance and adapt the learning from other countries and build upon the progress the construction sector has made on skills over several decades. We embedded this programme in our approach to the research as we saw tremendous benefit from such an opportunity to gain real international insight.
“Skills drive the economy and are vital for our country to invest in now and in the future.”
In the spring of 2019, City & Guilds and NOCN agreed to carry out joint research and prepare a discussion paper. This was to cover the skills gap facing the UK economy over the next five years and how we might build upon the Westminster government’s reforms of the last six years, to establish a single, simple, integrated, agile and economy-led technical and skills development system (or ‘TVET system’, as it is called internationally).
Why is productivity important?
Productivity is a value-added process that can effectively raise living standards from a governmental, commercial and consumer perspective.