The CMI's policy submissions to Government departments are based on the latest research and surveys among our membership, and thereby represent the views of practicing managers across the UK. These formal contributions complement our ongoing engagement with policy makers and support our aim of keeping management and leadership at the forefront of the public policy agenda.
CMI's response to the Skills Commission's call for evidence on the future of the skills system.
CMI's submission to the Government's consultation on confidentiality clauses.
CMI's submission to the Government's consultation on ethnicity pay reporting.
Through campaigns such as Inspiring the Future, CMI is helping prepare young people for the workplace by outlining the range of career routes available and emphasising the importance of management skills. Many CMI members have already registered to volunteer at least an hour of their time to visit a school near where they live or work to chat informally to young people.
The Higher Education Commission has been calling for evidence for its latest inquiry into Degree Apprenticeships. CMI's submission highlights the benefits of the Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship (CMDA) and the threat of the funding band cuts. We call for a halt to the reduction in the funding band for the CMDA, a commitment to grow the number of degree apprenticeships, a renewed commitment to the apprenticeship reforms and to the apprenticeship levy and a new national campaign to raise awareness of apprenticeships.