Tennis with Skills: Game, Set and Match?

Whilst being passionate about skills development in a global context, and 3 years on; I read a continuous stream of publications from ‘intelligent organisations’ and policy makers, about the lack of skills defined by employers, in the workplace. The global ‘skills crisis’. Buzzwords galore, the issues are relatively similar wherever you go in the world

Employability – Benefits for All

Interview with Margaret Kelvey (Learning and Development Consultant (UK) from Kelvey Associates. Margaret is a highly knowledgable senior manager, with significant experience of working in employability and widening participation initiatives, across the UK. I believe there is significant learning and knowledge we can take from the knowledge and experience shared in this interview, that supports

Young Aspirations – Education in India and The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

A recent UNICEF report highlights 49,000 slums, and 93 million people as inhabitants of slums, in India. Poor standards of living between urban and rural poor, affected by poor sanitation, poor health, and lack of education opportunities. But a quote from a young girl, left me feeling our need to collectively support education providers, NGOs

Personal reflection – India and skills

As we conclude a busy and productive week, at KaurSkills, I am left reflecting on our vision as leading experts in skills, employability and education management, in India. Our direction of travel, since inception and timely intuition of potential developments, that India would lead in the world of skills. Timely quote on NDTV news, by