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Collaboration key to achieving Global Fluency

With the need to develop home-grown young talent to fill jobs and decreasing reliance on immigrant labour, what role will business and education leaders play in assisting young people to fulfil their potential in workplaces which have international exposure? A number of WorldSkills UK partners have discussed these challenges. What follows are insights, covering challenges, drivers to solutions and potential next steps. This paper sets out the discussion themes as follows:

  • Joining up the narrative around trade, investment and skills is vital
  • Meeting business skill needs requires much more collaboration
  • Achieving global fluency means working to world-class standards
  • Harnessing collective energy is key to create solutions

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