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Labour Market Observatory Series Webinar: Mapping Career Causeways - Shared screen with speaker view
Genna Barnett (Nesta)
22:59
Interactive version of the map can be found here: https://www.nesta.org.uk/data-visualisation-and-interactive/mapping-career-causeways-interactive/
Genna Barnett (Nesta)
26:07
Data viz for the shop assistant can also be found at this link: https://www.nesta.org.uk/data-visualisation-and-interactive/mapping-career-causeways-interactive/
Sally Wysocki
45:04
We use EMSI data for occupation job openings planned across our local city region, mapping to our curriculum planning process
Pauline Hands
45:30
We use EMSI too.
Genna Barnett (Nesta)
46:13
ESCO and O*NET
Rebecca Blackburn
46:26
As a college group, we use EMSI to inform curriculum design and we use local data from LEPs and LA to support CEIAG. Our aims are to support learners to make informed and positive next steps towards their career goals
Rebecca Blackburn
49:05
This information is really useful for staff and students to understand how roles are changing / evolving and what impact this has on the skills they are developing - what they have and what they would need. We're having lots of conversations about the risk of automation at the moment and students are very engaged with it. They want to understand the higher level skills they will need and feel assured that we're supporting them to develop and these
Anna Clarke
50:45
At MK College we use EMSI, local info and a careers tool called Cascaid - the level of information you have just demonstrated would be hugely useful for both adults and young people to give context and breadth
Rachael Charmbury
01:02:12
Wondered if the tool will be made available to job centres...
Anna Clarke
01:04:51
How can we get involved in one of your experiments?
Mary Somerville
01:04:58
Does/could the tool also map for earning potential in different careers? For a lot of the learners I work with that's their primary concern
Samantha Tema
01:08:40
Have you thought about trying for funding from Innovate UK. You would need to partner with an SME to apply.
ANTHONY LLOYD
01:09:20
Thanks for this information session
Emma Ball
01:10:07
Thank you for this session, the info was really useful. I'm going to leave the call now as have another commitment. Best wishes, Emma
Sally Wysocki
01:10:49
Thank you - we would love this to be incorporated into one of the other tools eg EMSI so that we have one tool to use, rather than having to have various tools open at the same time. Very informative session thank you. Apologies have to leave for another meeting. Sally
Genna Barnett (Nesta)
01:11:12
Report published in November: https://www.nesta.org.uk/report/mapping-career-causeways-supporting-workers-risk/
Rachael Charmbury
01:11:16
Excellent research project and very helpful session, thank you. Surprised that the Govt is not supporting dissemination of information due to national significance.
Anna Clarke
01:11:21
Thankyou really useful
Jayne Neal
01:11:30
Thank you, I look forward to hearing more and would be happy to support your research.