Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Skills Policies- what works?

From ABCDE conference;

The third presentation provides a practitioner’s perspective on research to inform the design of skills policies. Willmott (2011) traces Singapore’s experience in moving to evidence-based policy and practice in continuing education and training, in order to support the country’s strategy for knowledge-and innovation-driven economic growth. A key challenge is to ensure that all workers, particularly the

low-skilled, are able to upgrade their skills and gain access to better-paying jobs as part of a strategy for shared growth.

Stepping Up Skills for More Jobs and Higher Productivity

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