Gavin O'Meara

Gavin O'Meara

Welcome to FE Soundbite. The weekly e-newsletter and journal brought to you by FE News. This is our assemble of the huge statements and special thought leadership articles from specialists Further Education, Skills, Employability and checking out the skills for the jobs of the future. This is edition 666 and Jeremy Hunt has actually simply been made Chancellor … I’m not reading anything into that! So the Government Great Reshuffle continues, with Jeremy Hunt revealed as the Chancellor. Reports and Announcements from

today: We have had the most recent ONS figures from today: Record lows in unemployment and record highs in long-term illness presents huge obstacle for policymakers. Sutton Trust discovered: First findings from COSMO Study on impact of the pandemic– nearly half of young people have accessed no catch-up. NFER had a cool report come out taking a look at the tasks of the future( and we have a cool ‘ unpacking’believed management article from

Lisa around the report as well… ): New report recommends basic modification in work prospects by 2035. With NFER highlighting, that by 2035, greater experienced jobs and health care roles set to balance out the countless tasks displaced by automation and artificial intelligence. Unique idea management posts from this week on FE News This week we had 13 exclusive main features/ believed management posts, I know it has actually been complete on, so here they are in case you missed them: Lisa Morrison-Coulthard unpacked the NFER report for us with a cool unique: By 2035, higher proficient tasks and healthcare functions set to balance out the millions of jobs displaced by automation and expert system. Now with the NFER report in mind … and with 2035 not that… far away looking at the impact of automation and AI … this post by Marie Angselius-Schönbeck is really intriguing:… Raise Up: why we need to commemorate ladies in AI … highlighting that females are heavily underrepresented in emerging professions like AI. Now my wife runs a couple of AI jobs … and in her company there is an extremely small number of females … certainly we need to arrange this out, upskill and

reskill, particularly looking at what NFER see as the future in simply 13 years time! Lessons

discovered in Diversity We had a little bit of a variety style today on FE News. We had a great deal of various views and insights on establishing a diverse board of Trustees with Trentham Productions: Lessons discovered in developing a varied board of trustees. AELP’s Jane Hickie likewise shared the outcomes from their first EDI summit: What we learnt from our very first Equality, Diversity and Inclusion top. So I hope you find these posts handy and inspirting.

Student Poverty

We had a fantastic post from AoC’s Eddie Playfair: Student hardship is now an urgent concern for colleges.

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. @media only screen and(max-width:290 px)#local- grid-41835 > li We also had a cool unique article from the Welsh Government:”It is essential that barriers to employment are gotten rid of,”… … Vaughan Gething MS is the Minister for Economy so I would extremely recommend inspecting this out this article by Vaughan on the ReAct+ program.

Reflections on the Party Political Season

This week we had some outstanding insights and views from various specialists who assessed the Conservative Party and Labour Party conferences. Honestly, the World remains in such chaos at the minute, a general election could come about faster than we think… … we are quite in a VUCA World at the moment. What was cool is that we had cool insights from various parts of the FE and Skills Eco-system:

REC’s Kate Shoesmith composed a cool piece: Winning the war of words isn’t sufficient to deliver growth.

My mate Tom Bewich shared: Both Conservatives and Labour stop working to address the performance difficulty– but FE needs to step up as well and Edge’s Olly Newton shares his reflections from Party Conference Season 2022.

Dr Jo Foster composed a cool piece: Let’s give students the tools they need to attain and Andy Forbes asks: Lifelong Learning and Skills– What Are We Waiting For?. Andy… … to be honest, I dunno?

Keith and Joan shared their Lessons Learned from Maths Lessons and ózsef Boda, CEO of Codecool and Michał Mysiak shared their insights on Mind the abilities gap: constructing a profession in tech.

Did you check out these cool livestreams this week?

We had a number of cool livestreams this week. We had an extremely cool stream on Thursday with our mates NCFE on the #FutureOfApprenticeships and looking at engaging Small Businesses.

We also had a cool College Roadshow edition with SkillsWorldLIVE: Leeds City Region Skills Development and esports … if you have actually ever really wondered, erm what is esports – – check out this episode!

Next week I will be at the FAB conference in Leicester, not being amusing, I do not get out much nowadays, so if you see me state hi! As I am a bit of a hermit of late! We will likewise have five really cool livestream sessions from the FAB conference on a takeover on FE News on Thursday and Friday! Last year, the FAB conference, was well… … FABulous! The tickets are like gold dust for this event… … so if I see you there, please state hi and if you can’t make it to the conference or the FAB awards… … don’t stress we’ve got you covered!

I hope you enjoy FE Soundbite this week!

Gavin, CEO and Founder, FE News and FE Careers

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