Call for Evidence: Skills 2030 (Closed)

Policy Connect and the Skills Commission have launched a Call for Evidence for the major new inquiry, Skills 2030 – A World-class Skills System. Co-chaired by Barry Sheerman MP and Sir John Hayes MP, the inquiry will investigate how to deliver a world-class skills system in England by 2030.

The Skills Commission has opened a Call for Evidence, asking stakeholders across the skills sector to share their knowledge and insights about the current skills system and the priority proposals that can help improve it.

The Commission will develop a holistic set of recommendations for the next government to reform the skills system. It aims to build cross-party consensus on an ambitious agenda to deliver the system the country needs. Themes to be examined include: a holistic look at the skills system; devolution and skills policy; lifelong learning; a strategic government approach to skills; qualifications and standards; and, a system that works for all learners.

To contribute, please download and complete the Call for Evidence Word document (found under the header "related documents" to the right) and email it to peter.wilson [at] (peter[dot]wilson[at]policyconnect[dot]org[dot]uk) by 23:59 on Friday, 3 November 2023. 

If you have any questions, please get in touch with the lead researcher, Peter Wilson, at peter.wilson [at] (peter[dot]wilson[at]policyconnect[dot]org[dot]uk).