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Measuring Skills Needs: an Introduction [Cristina Martinez-Fernandez]

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Uploaded on Sep 9, 2008

By Cristina Martinez Fernandez, Associate Professor, Urban Research Centre, University of Western Sydney, Australia

Topic: When measuring skill needs in a region there are three factors to be considered: (i) trends within industrial sectors; (ii) the local knowledge base; and (iii) the types of occupational level present within the workforce. The degree of interaction among the different actors in a region is also crucial to maintaining a strong knowledge system.

This video has been recorded during the Capacity Building Seminar for Partnerships on "Designing and Delivering Skills Strategies for Cities", which was held in Trento, Italy, on 11-13 June 2008.

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