Edtech Podcast launches vocational learning series
The popular podcast focusing on education technology has released a trailer for a new series focusing on ‘voctech’
The Voctech Podcast will run alongside the existing show, and will go out twice a month, focusing on adult education, workplace training, and lifelong learning development. Guests will include employers and learning specialists, technologists, academics, policy advisors, and lifelong learners.
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A programme of launch activities for the new series will take place in September 2019, and a Voctech Podcast launch meet-up will take place on Wednesday 18 September in London. The first episode will be available week commencing 9 September.
The trailer for the series is available now:
Sophie Bailey, founder of The Edtech Podcast, said: ““I am delighted to collaborate with Ufi Charitable Trust to uncover the stories behind adult learning. How are employers and employees navigating the changing world of work and skills development, and training providers adapting to support it? Where are investors making moves? How are adults getting to grips with learning as they progress through life with all its myriad challenges and opportunities, and what does it mean to our self-worth to learn? I’m looking forward to getting as many people involved in that conversation as possible.”
How are adults getting to grips with learning as they progress through life with all its myriad challenges and opportunities, and what does it mean to our self-worth to learn? I’m looking forward to getting as many people involved in that conversation as possible.
– Sophie Bailey, founder and host
Recording has been taking place throughout summer, and some confirmed guests include Richard Price, learning technologies adviser at Health England, Cath Brown, lifelong learner and president of the Open University SU, and Dr Becky Sage, CEO at iScientific.
Those who are keen to contribute to the series can contact Sophie Bailey at firstname.lastname@example.org and more information on both The Edtech Podcast and The Voctech Podcast is available at www.theedtechpodcast.com
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