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From my experience, there has been no significant 'investment to train home talent'. These are just knee- jerks reactions after the horse has bolted. Every group has their own agenda,but are not joining up as a whole to address the seismic changes that is happening within the clothing industry. Eg: Apprentice schemes I've been reviewing does not even link up with the colleges and universities. The general standard of tuition that students receive is questionable - and in the meantime- crucial skills have and are being lost. Yes.. the industry has to adapt and change - but inorder to thriive we have to work together to protect and enhance the technical and creative skills we still have.

Posted date

27 January 2020

Posted time

2:11 pm