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Liquid Skills: How the World of Learning is Changing

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I N S E RT I M A G E LIQUID SKILLS HOW THE WORLD OF LEARNING IS CHANGING


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Formal learning structures are eroding. We want to learn at anytime; in anyway; at any age, and we want new skills fast. 2


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1 in 4 full-time workers in America expect to study in the future. and over 1 in 5 of those aged 35-44 expect to study in the future Source: nVision Research | Base: 5004 online respondents aged 16+, USA, 2015 February 3


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Since 2012, massive open online courses, commonly known as MOOCs have been mentioned almost half a million times on social media. Source: nVision Qualitative Research, 2015 4


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Started in 2012, Coursera is today one of the biggest providers of MOOCs: educational courses open-to-anyone. 5


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And learning is now an entertainment product 40% of Americans see learning new skills as very valuable for their entertainment. Source: nVision Research | Base: 5004 online respondents aged 16+, USA, 2015 February 6


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Learning a new language is becoming increasingly accessible. Online platform Duolingo lets you learn the language at your own pace. 7


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We all feel the importance of constantly upgrading our skills portfolio... People are getting creative in their resumes with how they present certain skills. Trendspotter, USA Source: nVision Qualitative Research, 2015 8


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And for many of us the ultimate goal of upskilling is going solo 33% of young people in the USA say they expect to start their own business in the future. Source: nVision Research | Base: 5004 online respondents aged 16+, USA, 2015 February 9


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What can you do to stay on top of the new ways of learning? 10


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1 INSPIRE THE INFORMED 2 BE THE AGENT OF CHANGE 3 HELP PROVE THEIR SKILLS 11


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