UK Commission for Employment & Skills

The UK Commission for Employment and Skills is a publicly funded, industry-led organisation that offers guidance on skills and employment issues in the UK. Their responsibilities include giving businesses and people advice on the labour market so they can make informed decisions, carrying out employment and skills policies to develop a workforce that can compete internationally and helping more employers invest in their employees’ skills.

Training and skills initiatives: Editor’s comment

20 May 2008

Another month and another training and skills initiative – actually make that two: the UK Commission for Employment and Skills’ (CES)...

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Employer relief as mandatory Level 2 training threat is put back five years

16 May 2008

The threat of employers having to provide mandatory training has been significantly delayed after the government pushed back the date...

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UK Commission for Employment and Skills to visit BMW academy

7 Mar 2008

Senior business leaders from the new UK Commission for Employment and Skills (CES) have announced their first ‘listen and learn’...

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The skills agenda in a post-Leitch world

2 Jan 2008

The Leitch Review represents a defining landmark in the development of skills policy. Commissioned by the now prime minister, Gordon...

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