The Covid-19 crisis has brought about an immediate transformation in education, as institutions are forced to respond and adapt.
In the latest episode of our Tomorrow’s Organisations podcast series, we’re joined by Damian Riley, Client Partner and Managing Director at Capita, and Robin Ghurbhurun, Managing Director UK at Jisc, as they explore how the education sector has responded to the Covid-19 crisis and how it has impacted the future of education.
How will the sector have to adapt its approach to digital learning, provide safe digital spaces and ensure inclusivity? Looking ahead, what might the new face of education look like? Will traditional, classroom-based schooling and examinations further combine with remote, digital learning and assessment? And what will the effect be on students, parents and teachers?
Listen for their expert insight and opinion on these topics and more.
Damian Riley- Managing Director, Capita Education
Damian is Capita's client partner and managing director for education services. Previously he held a variety of senior leadership roles, including managing director of our Personal Independence Payments service, and chief operating officer of Capita Transformation. Damian has a 20 year career background in the delivery of complex transformation programmes.
Robin Ghurbhurun- Managing Director UK at Jisc
An experienced C-Suite executive serving the further education and skills sector for over 25 years. Robin is responsible as the UK executive lead, for Jisc Further Education and Skill Policy, Engagement and Services. Robin leads on Jisc’s strategy for building the digital leadership capacity within FE and skills institutions whilst also leading on the strategic engagement for FE and skills with the Department for Education, government departments, regional and combined authorities on policy, digital infrastructure planning and investment; plus, the strategic engagement and collaboration with other relevant agencies and digital suppliers.