Working Better: Using data for inclusive system for jobs

As part of NESTA’s one-day conference, Working Bettter, Sally-Anne Barnes presented on LMI for All alongside international speakers talking about research and innovations in using data to create open labour market systems. The event comprised over 100 experts, policymakers and practitioners to explore new approaches to anticipate changes in the demand for skills and help people navigate into jobs that are right for them.

More information on the event and presentations from the day are available on the NESTA website. The following is the presentation given by Sally-Anne.

Jordan British Council and AQACHEI visit LMI for All team

Photo of AQACHEI team

The LMI for All team welcomed members of the Jordan British Council, the Accreditation and Quality Assurance Commission for Higher Education Institutes and the higher education sector (AQACHEI) to IER. The delegation was comprised of key members responsible for the implementation of the Jordan National Qualification Framework. They came to find out more about LMI for All and how it is supporting careers education and guidance within the education sector. The event was organised by Lisa Collett from Cotswold Research who has been managing the Action Learning Forum project in Jordan.