Free apk download Free pdf download Free mp3 download
Home / Uncategorized / BCC: Businesses will support education recommendations if they have long-term stability

BCC: Businesses will support education recommendations if they have long-term stability

BCC’s Head of Education and Skills, Marcus Mason, comments on the publication of the Sainsbury Panel review and the Government Post-16 Skills Plan.

“Businesses want high-quality and easy to understand technical routes that rival the academic option, and the Sainsbury Report and Skills Plan go some way in setting out how this can be achieved. If streamlined and clearly signposted, technical routes will bring clarity to a system which is often confusing to businesses and students alike.
“The government needs to make sure these new technical routes are relevant and aligned to business needs and employment outcomes. Only then will they be truly valued by firms and students. Businesses are faced with an ever-growing skills shortage, and any change that seeks to shift the dynamic will be supported by companies across the country.
“However, previous reforms have often been hampered by continuous revolution and change, rather than allowing policies time to take hold. If these reforms have permanence, then the long-term stability they generate will gain buy-in and trust from all sides.”
Notes to editors:
The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) sits at the heart of a powerful network of 52 Accredited Chambers of Commerce across the UK, representing thousands of businesses of all sizes and within all sectors. For more information visit:
Media contacts:
Allan Williams – Senior Press Manager
020 7654 5812 / 07920583381
Chris McIntyre – Press Officer
020 7654 5813 / 07825 746 812

Source: British Chamber Commerce

About Joel

Check Also

Financial wellbeing: a commercial win-win

Posted by Lynn Graves, Senior Manager, Market Development, Scottish Widows 23 Aug 2016 According to ...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *