Creative Skillset Research and Evaluation
Creative Skillset Research and Evaluation Strategy 2012-2014
Our research strategy sets out an ambitious programme of work enabling Creative Skillset to keep pace with our fast changing sector and continue to influence, lead and develop skills, training and education policy for the UK creative industries.
The strategy can be downloaded in PDF format here:
The next few years pose a number of challenges which will need to be addressed if Creative Skillset is to exploit the opportunities presented by the Government's response to the Leitch Review of Skills.
In particular, the Leitch Review sets out a vision of a demand-led system in which the employer voice is paramount. Current government policy places emphasis on lower level skills. It is therefore crucial that the voice of employers and the self-employed in our industries is clearly articulated so that the higher level skills on which they rely are not overlooked.
Creative Skillset's industry-endorsed research programme is the key mechanism to capture and express these views. The programme uses well-developed methodologies and relationships to gather robust Labour Market Intelligence (LMI) about the industries.
Creative Skillset evaluation reports 2013
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