Beyond White Collar: Frank Britt, CEO of Penn Foster, Talks About the Importance of Training for Middle-Skilled Workers

In today’s age of accelerated technology and industry, there is a looming issue in the workforce. New innovations are creating jobs with skillsets never previously required, and there exists a workforce of employees with skills that are slowly becoming outdated. There is a gap between these two developments, and workers are going to need to adapt to the new circumstances to remain up-to-date in these fast-paced fields of growth.

In this interview from the 2018 LearnLaunch conference, we speak to Frank Britt, CEO of Penn Foster, about the need for training to fill this skill gap. Listen in to learn more.

Play the podcast episode above, watch the video below, or download the interview on iTunes for the full interview.

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Jonah Puskar

Jonah Puskar

Jonah is a sophomore at Emerson College studying Writing, Literature, & Publishing as well as Political Communication. On campus, he is a publication editor, radio host, and on-air news talent. When he isn’t doing media-based activities, he enjoys reading a good book and having a warm cup of coffee.