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Skills Matter: How the UK can become a learning country

Skills Matter: How the UK can become a learning country

KPMG explores the importance of skills for UK growth.

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Partner, Head of Education, Skills and Productivity

KPMG in the UK

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Download our Skills Matter: How the UK can become a learning country’ report.

As part of our Industrial Strategy series, our latest report ‘Skills Matter: How the UK can become a learning country’ discusses the importance of learning in boosting growth in the UK. The report proposes actions to help close the skills gap, fund and deliver skills training and create a culture of lifelong learning in the UK.

With a focus on digital skills and learning, the report emphasises the importance of inclusive growth. It explores various economic models for the delivery of lifelong learning that would benefit businesses and learners alike.

The full report covers:

  • Why skills matter for the UK economy.
  • The learning archetypes – who needs lifelong learning to unlock their potential.
  • The complicated world of skills; rethinking how we measure, value and accredit the skills we learn.  
  • Incentivising lifelong learning by pulling on the levers of minimum wage legislation.
  • The importance of digital learning.
  • The economic models to fund lifelong learning.

To find out more, download our Skills Matter: How the UK can become a learning country’ report.

For further information, please contact Claire Warnes, Head of Education, Skills and Productivity.

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