Horizon Scanning and Scenario Building: Scenarios for Skills 2020

This report was commissioned by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills to contribute
to the evidence base for Skills for Jobs: Today and Tomorrow, the National Strategic Skills Audit
for England 2010. It sets out the overall findings of the project undertaken by SAMI Consulting
Limited. The project addressed the question: “What will be the drivers and impact of change
on the employment and skills landscape in England by 2020; what are the challenges and

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Future Scenarios for the German Photovoltaic Industry

This report was commissioned by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills to contribute to the evidence base for Skills for Jobs: Today and Tomorrow, the National Strategic Skills Audit for England 2010. It sets out the overall findings of the project undertaken by SAMI Consulting Limited. The project addressed the question: “What will be the drivers and impact of change on the employment and skills landscape in England by 2020; what are the challenges and opportunities for government and employers?”

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Future education : learning the future : scenarios and strategies in Europe

The scenario project aims to develop a tool to improve the understanding of vocational
education and training systems in their economic-technological, employment-labour and
training-knowledge environments. The development of different scenarios and the indication
of linked strategies serve as one of the bases for discussing relevant policies for VET. The
development of scenarios for vocational education and training is not intended to and cannot
reveal the future; it is in fact intended only to call attention to some of the factors of strategic

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Learning from the future : Scenarios for post-16 learning

We present four scenarios for the sector in 20 years’ time. They focus on the organisation of the sector and are driven by: the need to raise skills so that business can compete in the international market persistent market failure at the bottom end of the labour market continuing high levels of social exclusion. The scenarios are built around two forms of government
intervention – labour market regulation and increased public investment – and are structured round four themes mentioned earlier in our report:
skills priorities – the focus of the sector integration

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Transversal Analysis on the Evolution of Skills Needs in 19 Economic Sectors

In order to enhance strategic human resource management, and thereby improve European competitiveness in the global
economy, the European Commission has pointed to the importance of developing better methods and tools to anticipate trends
and changes changesin the European European labour market.. On this background, background, the Commission Commission carried carried out a number of comprehensive comprehensive sector

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Scenarios and Strategies for Vocational Education and Lifelong Learning in Europe

The work on scenarios of the cellule prospective began during latter stages of Jacques Delors’
leadership of the European Commission. The purpose of the endeavour was to arrive at
scenarios that would provide a series of coherent and plausible images of how Europe may
have developed towards the end of the first decade of the new century, seen from the
perspective of 2010.
Several defining criteria were chosen as starting points for the work (8) of building up each
scenario: the development of institutions and governance; social cohesion; economic

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