The importance of transferable skills for 're-globalisation'

Rob May spoke on a British Chamber of Commerce panel in Myanmar with Poh Poh Myint, Senior VP at Dai-ichi Life about the importance of transferable skills for enabling international trade and better ‘re-globalisation’.

Referring to our Passport for Progress report, Rob highlighted the global scramble for talent as G7 countries seek to avoid managed decline and boost productivity. Speaking about the local economy, Rob said it was vitally important for students and workers to seek internationally recognised credentials that are developed in partnership with industry. Resilience has replaced Risk as the driver of capital flows, and FDI require greater confidence in the local talent base.

Rob urged a packed room of HR managers to engage with their local college to make sure that the learning outcomes being delivered mapped to their recruiting needs.

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