Skills mapping to drive workforce development from school-age

Skills mapping to drive workforce development from school-age

We're pleased to announce this latest webinar that will be part of the two-day virtual EdTech summit that will feature inspiring discussions designed for leaders in education. 

Taking place on Tuesday 25th of May, 12:15 GST / UAE, 11:15 AST / Saudi Arabia, as part of the Victorian EdTech Summit. There is a lot of focus on lifelong learning, Yet we currently do not have a systematic approach for assessing the skills that students in schools will need for jobs that may not even exist until they complete Higher Education. Pauline Farrell, Skills 4 the Future, is collaborating with the Victorian Government to map the skills necessary for students to be successful in an uncertain work future. 

Pauline Farrell, Founder, Skills 4 the Future
Pauline is a learning transformation and learning innovation specialist with twenty plus years’ experience. She has extensive skills as a leader in online and blended learning. She has led opportunities that transform the student and teacher experience. Her current major research interests focus on the future of work and how education can evolve to meet the emerging needs of the workforce. She works globally across the education technology and disruptive technologies sector. 

Pauline has worked in a broad range of environments including public and private Universities, TAFE's, private RTO's, government organisations and private enterprises
 

David Linke, Managing Director, EduGrowth
David leads EduGrowth bringing decades of experience leading education technology software and services businesses across Asia Pacific.

For more than 15 years, David led the regional operations of a Google-invested global education technology vendor. With deep K-12 School sector experience David has extended that knowledge into the higher education and school improvement domains through partnership and collaboration with some of Asia Pacific’s leading Universities and NGOs.

The combination of David’s strong education sector experience and a professional services background has seen him operate as a strategic consultant to EdTech startups, educational innovation consulting practices and venture capital partners.