Education MATTERS; with Mark Learmonth, Programme Area Manager, Business & Management, Coleg Llandrillo

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Education MATTERS; with Mark Learmonth, Programme Area Manager, Business & Management, Coleg Llandrillo


THIS week the inaugural UK launch of ''''Professions Week' ''' sees many prominent professional bodies collaborating to increase awareness of the range and variety of potential employment options the professions have to offer, helping like-minded organisations recruit people from a diverse range of disciplines and backgrounds. Together, they want to help the professions be viewed as an interesting and fulfilling career option for young people, and it is their hope that 'Professions Week' will help to achieve that goal. The week will not only focus on giving support to educational advisors and raising awareness of the professions, but will also help increase the visibility of professional bodies and their role in helping the economy. Running from 21-27 October, the initiative is launched from the House of Commons and follows August 2012's 'Access to the Professions' white paper written by Lee Davies, chief executive of the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys (CIPA). The paper is a think-piece on the impact of government education policy on access to the professions, raising concerns that a series of separate but interlinked government policies combine to hinder access to the professions and present a significant threat to the future viability of professional membership bodies. In North Wales, the education sector provides a wide range of programmes for many professional sectors which are accessible for learners. …

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