of tutors as ‘good’ or better in teaching observations
of learners stay in employment
of visits go ahead as planned
of employees graded good or better for teaching and learning
Are you aged 18-24? Have your say and shape the future of work!
If you are 18-24 years old and want to have a say about the future of work, please take a few moments to complete this short survey and help make a difference to young people across the world
We are sharing this survey on behalf of WorldSkills UK, who are an organisation championing the voices of young people and giving them a platform to share their views with Government, businesses, schools and colleges.
To help spark this conversation on a global level, WorldSkills International needs your help. They have created a short survey to help understand how young people feel about their career options and how technology is shaping the future, appealing to policy makers to inspire real, global change.
This global survey is the first of its kind and will involve young people from 19 different countries. It’s open to everybody aged 18-24, as long as you’re currently in general education or a vocational education course (i.e. apprenticeship, traineeship or general course).
The survey closes on March 22, 2019.
The preliminary finding will be released at the OECD Forum taking place in Paris in May. The full report will be released during the WorldSkills International Championships taking place Kazan, Russia in August 2019 and we will be posting an update of the results on our blog -so watch this space.