The new vocational currency: investing for success

In this report we look at the development of skills and the value of intermediate level vocational qualifications to both individuals and employers.

We recently published an investigation of UK skills and, in particular, skills development in young people in our report Nurturing talent: building the workforce of the future – focusing on: individuals in the 16-24 year old age bracket; the attitudes of employers towards employing these people; and the role of Apprenticeships in developing the skills they need. In this report we continue our focus on the development of the skills employers need in their workforce.

In The new vocational currency: investing for success we specifically look at the development of skills at an intermediate level and the value of intermediate (levels 3 and 4) vocational qualifications to both individuals and employers, as well as shine a spotlight on one area of skills where it has been suggested the UK lacks behind competitor economies – leadership and management.

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