Creative HE Brexit Manifesto
CHEAD and APDIG held an exclusive roundtable event in the House of Lords on Thursday 24th November 2016 to discuss how we can respond to the pressures and opportunities that Brexit presents to the art, design and creative media HE sector.
The success of this initial partnership has led to a more substantial collaboration between CHEAD and APDIG, with TCCE, to develop a Brexit Manifesto for the art, design and creative media higher education sector. An initial consultation workshop was held at CHEAD’s 2017 Conference in Edinburgh in March 2017 which will be followed by a regional programme of consultation events culminating in the Manifesto launch at the House of Lords on 11 September 2017.
Workshop 3: The Creative Skills Pipeline
What would we want to see in an Industrial Strategy to support a healthy creative skills pipeline? This workshop will explore the impact of Brexit on the creative skills pipeline, including the crisis in UK secondary education, recruitment and status of international students and staff, post-study pathways, technical education, and creative employment in the 21st century, as well as opportunities for new partnerships and markets. The workshop will also explore UK creative industries employment data and methodologies.
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