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How to Succeed in the Global Workplace- free online course
This month’s edition of Vocational Education Exchange online magazine introduces How to Succeed in the Global Workplace, a new free online course from the British Council and The University of Sheffield designed to help those entering the job market prepare themselves for the global workplace. It focuses on the importance of developing learners’ core skills in order to fully equip them for the world of employment by integrating employability and core skills into the core vocational curriculum through innovative teaching methodologies and techniques of delivering training.
To give learners the right skills to enter the workplace and find out more, please read How to Succeed in the Global Workplace.
INTERCULTURAL FLUENCY: THE DEFINITIVE GLOBAL SKILL
Being able to operate in complex multicultural contexts is fast becoming the definitive global skill in today’s interconnected world.
Drawing on our 80 years of unrivalled experience in cultural relations, our Intercultural Fluency courses help organisations, businesses and professionals perform at their best in different cultural contexts and multicultural environments.
AN INSIGHT INTO THE UK SKILLS SYSTEM
We recently asked several UK skills organisations to share their experience, lessons and good practice in short video interviews.
Hear representatives from the Association of Colleges, the UK Commission for Employment Skills, WorldSkills UK, Semta and the National Association of College and University Entrepreneurs explain their unique contribution to the UK skills system and share their approaches to successful collaboration.