Our mission is for business to play its part so that every young person, particularly those facing social disadvantage, achieves in education, leading to a successful working life, thriving in business.
The United Nation’s World Youth Skills Day takes place this Sunday (15 June 2018). The day aims to raise awareness of the importance of helping young people to develop the skills they need for the workforce, reducing barriers to work and training, tackling youth unemployment and enabling all young people to access stable, productive and fulfilling work
Eight companies from across Wales have been announced as the overall category winners in the Wales Responsible Busines Awards 2018, sponsored by Swansea University School of Management.
Is education set up to fail on delivering the skills that business needs for the 21st Century?
Responsible business practitioners find themselves puzzled by the proliferation of indices, standards and benchmarks, particularly in the world post launch of the Sustainable Development Goals.
Launched today, we are proud to be supporters of the Skills Builder framework - a cross-sector movement to build the essential skills, such as creativity and teamwork, which children and young people need for success.
More than 8,000 school children from across Scotland have taken part in LifeSkills workshops with the support of the team from Business in the Community Scotland and Barclays volunteers – with another 1,000 already booked.
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