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Tomorrow’s Skills: Towards a National Skills Strategy. DEL Skills Conference - “Skills for Innovation” 15 th May 2007 Anne Heraty. Contents. The report contains:. Ireland’s current skills performance

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Tomorrow s skills towards a national skills strategy

Tomorrow’s Skills: Towards a National Skills Strategy

DEL Skills Conference - “Skills for Innovation”15th May 2007Anne Heraty


The report contains

Contents

The report contains:

  • Ireland’s current skills performance

  • Ireland’s projected skills profile in 2020 based on no additional education and training supply

  • The projected skills needs of the economy out to 2020 from both a quantitative and qualitative perspective

  • A vision for the skills profile which will drive competitive advantage


Policy Context

Source: Enterprise Strategy Group

World-class Skills, Education & Training



Vision

  • The Expert Group proposes a vision of Ireland in 2020, possessing a well-educated and highly skilled population which contributes to a competitive, innovation-driven, knowledge-based, participative and inclusive economy.

  • Specifically, the Expert Group proposes that, by 2020

    • 48% of the labour force should have qualifications at NFQ Levels 6 to 10;

    • 45% should have qualifications at levels 4 & 5;

    • the remaining 7% will have qualifications at levels 1 to 3 by 2020; and

    • within this objective, Ireland should aim to build capability at fourth level and double its PhD output (Level 10) by 2013.



Employment by Sector

Source: EGFSN, ESRI


Within occupations
Within Occupations

There is likely to be demand for an:

  • Increasing Breadth of Knowledge

  • Increased Share of Knowledge Work / Reduced Share of Routine Work

  • Rising Qualification and Technical Skill Requirements

  • Importance of Continuing Learning

  • Significance of Regulation

  • Skills for Dealing with Others

  • Management Level Skills

  • Sales and Marketing Skills

  • Language Skills

  • R&D

Enterprise Skills


Labour force in 2020 will be made up of

Labour force

Labour force in 2020 will be made up of

1.45m

From the current labour force of 2m

2.4m

Labour force

+

650,000

New flow of young people from the education system

+

300,000

Increased participation & Migration


Upskilling the workforce

Within the current workforce, an additional 500,000 people need to be upskilled through either education or training


Within the formal education system

Education

Within the formal education system:

  • The retention rate to Leaving Certificate should reach 90% by 2020 (current rate 82%)

  • The progression rate from second to third level should increase to 72% by 2020 (current rate 55%)

  • In 2020, 94% of the population aged 20-24 should have a second level qualification (current rate 86%)


Increased participation

  • Increase participation in the labour force through higher levels of education and training

  • Immigrants need to be integrated into the education and training system at all levels

  • English language supports need to be put in place

  • The recognition of international qualifications is key to maximising the contribution of immigrant labour


Achieving the Objective

  • Education and training up to level 5 should be funded by Government for those currently without qualifications at this level.

  • Education and training from level 6-10 should be funded in a tri-partite arrangement between employers, employees and Government.

  • Broad estimates place the cost of the proposed additional upskilling to levels 3, 4 and 5 at one €153 million per annum. The cost of upskilling at the higher levels 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 is estimated at €304 million per annum.

  • Move towards funding of individuals and enterprise rather than providers.


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