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UKCES: Skills for Jobs and Growth Challenges for Innovative Training: Quality and Competitiveness Fundacion Real Fabrica de Tapices, Madrid 24/25 November 2009 Professor Mike Campbell OBE Director of Research and Policy UK Commission for Employment and Skills. Outline.
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Challenges for Innovative Training: Quality and Competitiveness
Fundacion Real Fabrica de Tapices, Madrid
24/25 November 2009
Professor Mike Campbell OBE
Director of Research and Policy
UK Commission for Employment and Skills
High employment/ high productivity
High employment/ low productivity
Employment populations ratio 2007, all persons 15-64
Low employment/ high productivity
Low employment/ low productivity
Productivity: GDP per hour worked (US$ at current prices), 2007
Source: UKCES, Ambition 2020: World Class Skills and Jobs for the UK, 2009, pp 21-22
Note1 The Global Competitiveness Report 2009-10, World Economic Forum
Note2 World Competitiveness Yearbook 2009, Institute for Management Development
Source: OECD, Education at a Glance 2008, Table A1.2a
Projected International Skills Position 2020
Total requirement qualification level, projected change 2006-20, in millions, EU-25+
Past and likely future qualification structure of jobs, shares in %, EU-25+
Slow progress to a high skill economy: change in skilled jobs between 1998 and 2006
Source: Ambition 2020, Charts 7.1 & 7.2, pp 115-116 - OECD, Education at a Glance 2008, Table A1.3a and Table 1.6
Source: Ambition 2020, Chart 7.1, p 115 - OECD, Education at a Glance 2008, Table A1.3a and Table 1.6
Positive Economic and Social Outcomes
Supply of Skills
Economy – level/structure
Management & Leadership
Negative Economic and Social Outcomes
Individual, Employer, Government
Guidance – firms & people
Maximising individual motivation and opportunity for skills and sustainable employment
The Way Ahead?
For the journey in and on in work
World beating businesses
Building a more strategic, agile and labour market led employment and skills system
Invest in the wisdom of customers