This morning on the last day of FE Week’s Annual Apprenticeship Conference a panel debated the “inclusion revolution” and why diversity and inclusion is critical for the future success of UK businesses.
Watch the session, which featured comedian and ‘the guilty feminist’ podcaster Deobrah Frances-White, below.
Debate title: The inclusion revolution | Why diversity and inclusion are critical for the future success of UK businesses
Chaired by Kirstie Donnelly, CEO, City & Guilds Group.
Panel: Deborah Frances-White, The Guilty Feminist, Lucy Hunte, National Programme Manager, Apprenticeships, Health EducationEngland, Damien McKnight, Dovecoat Park, Lia Nici MP, Chair of Apprenticeship Diversity Champions Network, Lauren Roberts, Youth Engagement Executive – City & Guilds Foundation, Jeff Greenidge, Director for Diversity, AoC and ETF.