The Education Select Committee invited organisations to submit evidence on adult skills and lifelong learning. Download our evidence submission below and explore others here.
The Integrated Communities Strategy green paper invited views on the government’s vision for building strong integrated communities where people – whatever their background – live, work, learn and socialise together, based on shared rights, responsibilities and...Read more »
The UK’s skills profile has long lagged behind comparator countries, with particular weaknesses in basic skills (like literacy and numeracy) and intermediate skills. Out of 34 OECD countries, the UK is 19th for low skills (GCSE...Read more »
The post-18 review is a real opportunity. To grasp it we need a wide and deep vision of learning for all adults and action ranging across government. We also need government to work in partnership with...Read more »
On Tuesday 13 March 2018, our Chief Executive, Stephen Evans, gave evidence to the Education Select Committee on the quality of apprenticeships and skills training. Read full transcript of oral evidence here. Find our evidence submission...Read more »
Our submission calls for the Autumn Budget to invest in skills and employment to tackle the structural challenges and inequalities in our economy and society.
Improving Lives: The work, health and disability green paper Response from Learning and Work Institute
Ofqual - ;October 2014
Sumbission of evidence - November 2015
Evidence to Work and Pensions Select Committee - February 2016
Written evidence to the Work and Pensions Committee - April 2016
Written evidence to the Work and Pensions Committee - May 2016
Consultation response to Department for Business Innovation and Skills - June 2016
Our Response to the Department of Health’s consultation on a new Carers Strategy.
Response to Department for Education survey on Apprenticeship funding proposals - September 2016
ubmission to the Work and Pensions Committee - September 2016
Submission to HM Treasury - October 2016
Submission from Learning and Work Institute Chief Economist Duncan Melville to London Assembly Economic Committee - October 2016
Submission to Department for Education - January 2017