Making Every Graduate Employable

Originally posted on Adventures in Career Development:
Today I’m presenting at the Making Every Graduate Employable – Identifying Skills Gaps, Collaboration with Industry and Reviewing Destination Data Collection event organised by Policy UK. This looks like an interesting day and features speakers from HEFCE, Institute of Fiscal Studies, Institute of Employment Research, Universities UK, HESA,…

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Today I’m presenting at the Making Every Graduate Employable – Identifying Skills Gaps, Collaboration with Industry and Reviewing Destination Data Collection event organised by Policy UK.

This looks like an interesting day and features speakers from HEFCE, Institute of Fiscal Studies, Institute of Employment Research, Universities UK, HESA, Birmingham City University, AGR and Plymouth University.

I’ll be there presenting our new paper on employability. I’ll probably just use the slides that I used to present to the HEA the other day.

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