02 May 2019
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.