#SkillsWorldLive Radio Show
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Originally created to help bring people together and connect the world of FE during the coronavirus outbreak, season 2 of the #SkillsWorldLive Radio Show will take place every Thursday from 10 September, between 5-6pm.
Supported by the Federation of Awarding Bodies, their Platinum Partners' programme, and in association with FE News, #SkillsWorld Radio Show Live will carry:
— weekly interviews with special guests making headlines from around the globe
— phone-ins for people working in the Further Education and skills sector, including apprenticeships
— analysis of the key issues affecting employers, learners, providers and awarding bodies
— top tunes from the 80s, 90s and 2000s
Your World. Skills World.
Available for broadcast, download and replay on the FE News website (www.fenews.co.uk/skillsworld) and other channels (e.g. Spotify, iTunes and Sound Cloud).
Presenter: Tom Bewick
Editor: Gavin O’Meara
Digital Producer: Ellie Hanson
Policy: Dr Rebecca Conway
Operations: Karen Daws
Autumn Series Finale!
Diversity in FE, what can be done about it?
The Future of FE - What do awarding bodies think?
What do college leaders think?
What do ITP leaders think?
Levelling Up: from rhetoric to reality?
Are we doing enough for disadvantaged learners?
Is it time to re-think learner assessment?
Does England need a 'German-style' skills system?
What should be in the FE White Paper?
Will the Covid Workplace ever be the same again?
The Summer Exams Fiasco, what happened?
Best of #SkillsWorldLIVE - Summer Season Highlights
What lessons has the FE and the skills sector learnt so far about dealing with Covid-19? Weekly Show 5: #SkillsWorldLIVE
What will happen to the 230,000 university graduates entering the workforce this summer? Weekly Show 4: #SkillsWorldLIVE
#StandUpForSkills Kirstie Donnelly and Robert Halfon discuss the new City & Guilds Recovery and Resilience report
How do we ensure the Adult Skills Agenda is not forgotten? Weekly Show 3: #SkillsWorldLIVE
Gillian Keegan MP tells #SkillsWorldLive why the FE sector didn’t get a share of the £1 billion coronavirus learner catch-up scheme
Has the cause of Social Mobility been put back by a generation? Weekly Show 2: #SkillsWorldLIVE