Centre for Work Based Learning in Scotland

Innovation in work-based learning:

Making skills work

About the Centre for Work-based Learning

We’re a national body committed to driving cultural change and creating demand for work-based learning in Scotland. Work-based learning can help Scotland’s economy to grow and become more resilient. It bridges the gap between education and industry, preparing young people for career opportunities that help our businesses to succeed.

"[We are] in the midst of a technological revolution that is once again changing the nature of work." 

Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England

Source: The Spectre of Monetarism Speech, Roscoe Lecture, Liverpool John Moores University (Dec 2016)

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News & Events

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On the 8th of February 2017 The Centre for Work-based Learning held a roundtable event on Future Skills for Scotland. The event was chaired by Deborah Roseveare from the OECD with input from a range of Scottish and international attendees discussing the future of skills.

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Our partners

The success of the Centre will be driven by effective partnerships. Our partners share our aspirations and are involved in leading and determining the shape of work-based learning in Scotland.

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