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Collaborating to compete: Creative Industries and Government partner to support skills and growth


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Dinah Caine's speech from Creative Industries Conference: Design for Innovation, 27 June 2012

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Collaborating to compete: Creative Industries and Government partner to support skills and growth

  1. 1. Collaborating to competeCreative Industries & Government partner to support skills and growth Dinah Caine, OBE, CEO Creative Skillset
  2. 2. the-report
  3. 3. CIC skills report – key challenges Industry ownership of investment in skills Business development, leadership & management skills Building the creative generation Supporting talent for growth Fusion: the new skills imperative Building the market for high quality provision Producing & sharing the intelligence we need Increasing flexibility & reducing bureaucracy, joining up investment & clarifying roles
  4. 4. Recommendations CPD and future leaders Inspiring creative talent Collective Diversity approaches to andopportunity collective Insight solutions and informationSimplicity and clarity
  5. 5. CPD & nurturing the businessleaders of the future
  6. 6. Inspiring the next generationof creative talent• Connecting online Careers resources• A new forum across the creative industries to align and focus joint up work on Curriculum reforms which includes DfE
  7. 7. Diversity & opportunity: increasing & enriching pathways for talent• 3,000 Apprentices & counting• Higher Level Apprenticeship Frameworks• Promotional campaign to raise the profile of Apprenticeships• Supporting employer clusters to deliver Apprenticeships• Accrediting Apprenticeship provision• Guidelines to employers & learning from models of good practice• Internships clearing service• Campaign to improve the quality of industry internships
  8. 8. Bringing information to market & HE partnerships• Extending the Creative Skillset Tick• Exploring HE & Creative industries partnerships with Universities UK and Guild HE• Exploring knowledge exchange partnerships with AHRC and other partners• Catapults with TSB• CIC working group on industry definitions and sharing data
  9. 9. Simplicity and clarity• Working with Local Enterprise Partnerships• Working with DCMS and HMRC on training issues• Tax relief consultation and training
  10. 10. Thank youAny questions?