The Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) is driving millions of new jobs and opportunities, meaning that we have little visibility into students’ career projections. In response to this, many education providers are prioritising entrepreneurial learning and developing partnerships with industries at an earlier stage of education.

Theme Objectives:

  • Discover how you can leverage these partnerships to ensure that your students develop an aptitude for lifelong learning and resilience at Bett MEA
  • Ensure that all learners develop the future skills to drive sustainable development across the region
  • Prioritise entrepreneurial learning and develop partnerships with industries at an earlier stage of education in order to help students adapt to the ever-changing international job market


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Nov 06 | 2020

Building future skills through online project learning

How do we prepare learners for the world of future work and learning, at a time when both spheres are experiencing unprecedented levels of uncertainty and change? At times when established patterns are questioned and traditional models break down, it is good to drill down and find some foundations.
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Aug 11 | 2020

Pearson revealed Global Learner Survey 2020: Three out of Four Learners Believe the Pandemic Is Revolutionizing Education, Work

Learners around the world see Covid-19 as a major turning point for modern education
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Aug 07 | 2020

Harnessing the power of esports in the classroom - Pearson BTEC

We were thrilled to take part in the latest Bettcast, titled ‘Harnessing the power of esports in the classroom’.
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Jul 22 | 2020

Pearson unveils 2020 BTEC award winners in its first ever online awards ceremony

The winners of Pearson’s tenth annual BTEC Awards are being announced in a ceremony this afternoon which is taking place online for the first time ever due to the coronavirus.
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Jul 22 | 2020

Recognising FE’s role in equipping our key workers

10 key workers share their experience of working and learning as they kept the UK going during lockdown, in partnership with Pearson.
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Jul 14 | 2020

British Esports Association partners with Pearson to offer world’s first BTEC qualifi

The British Esports Association, the not-for-profit organisation set up to promote and support grassroots esports, has partnered with global learning company Pearson to create the world’s first qualification of its kind for a career in esports.
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