Science Industry Partnership

02 May 2019

SIP Chair gives insights into tackling the STEM skills gap and shares GSK experience

At the end of last year, SIP Chair Dr Malcolm Skingle set out his views at the Westminster Higher Education Forum Keynote Seminar; next steps for tackling STEM skills gaps - widening participation, improving delivery and increasing employability.

Malcolm shared his perspectives to the audience of employers and influencers, talking about the ambition of the Science Industry Partnership (SIP), which has a clear aim to work in partnership with Government to establish the vocational skills needed to build a high value, productive and competent scientific workforce.

Malcolm also shared GSK’s experience of recruiting new talent – and how it has progressed with its own journey with apprenticeships, alongside its graduate intake.

Full paper can be downloaded here.