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Lifelong Learning

Lifelong Learning

Ensuring vulnerable people don’t get left behind and can thrive in the new world of work.

Ensuring vulnerable people don’t get left behind and can thrive in the new world of work.

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As the world moves into the Fourth Industrial Revolution of technological disruption, we have to ensure vulnerable people don’t get left behind – and can thrive in the new world of work.

KPMG’s focus on Lifelong Learning goes beyond the classroom to provide innovative coaching and mentoring programs and partnerships that build skills, learning and progression across a lifetime.

The jobs of the future that are least likely to be automated, demand innovation skills such as complex problem solving, critical thinking and creativity. Along with ensuring the uptake of STEAM skills, to ensure everyone can develop the capabilities to embrace a technological future.

With our rapidly changing world, a person is likely to have 18 jobs across six careers in their lifetime. To be able to manage this constant change, we need to ensure our youth have the resilience to cope with pressure, adversity and uncertainty. These include:

  • promote new ways of thinking and innovation skills
  • encourage the uptake of STEAM subjects and careers, and deliver technological and digital literacy training
  • support programs to give students in low socio-economic areas the resilience tools to cope with a rapidly changing environment.

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