Future Skills

Future Skills

AlphaBeta

The rise of machines will drive a need for more lifelong learning in Australia.

The report studied changes in more than 300 jobs, the tasks they involved, and the skills required to do them, to answer three questions: What skills do we need to succeed in the future? When do we need to learn these skills? And how can we acquire the skills we need? It found the most valuable workplace skills to be uniquely human traits such as adaptability, teamwork, creativity and leadership. These skills need to be supported by a broad foundation of skills required to perform a specific task – for example, knowledge of mathematics and biology for vitals monitoring in nursing.

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