Learning to Be Ready
…in the future, people will need far greater flexibility, resilience, capability, capacity to adjust, problem-solving and communication skills to deal with fast-changing times, constant innovation and ever more unpredictable circumstances. We have known this for some time, though perhaps many of us remain surprised, even shocked, at the pace it has come upon us.Dr Howard Williamson CVO CBE FRSA FHEA, Professor of European Youth Policy at The University of South Wales. Trustee of The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Foundation
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