Author: Chris Jones

How politicians can mind the closing doors

16 January 2015
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If politicians can't learn from past mistakes, they risk another three decades of going around in circles

Why plumbing and history are not created equal

17 November 2014
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What advice are parents giving their children about getting a job?

Global Competitiveness: good but room for improvement

09 September 2014
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The UK ranked no.9 World Economic Forum report. What can we do to become no.1?

The many ways to be smart

30 July 2014
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Your future does not depend on your exam scores

Apprenticeships could be damaged by changes

30 April 2014
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Chris Jones discusses the possible impact of Government changes to apprenticeship funding

The big lie we tell the UK's young people

18 February 2014
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Why do we still tell young people you're more likely to get a job if you go to university?

Too clever for apprenticeships?

11 February 2014
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Are young people getting the right careers advice from schools and parents?

Provide young people with portable skills

08 October 2012
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Chris Jones discusses how workplace training initiatives need to be suited to today’s employment trends

The importance of progression

30 September 2012
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Chris Jones talks about the need for higher level progression options

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