The World Economic Forum highlighted in a recent white paper that 65% of children entering primary school will have jobs that don’t yet exist, so being too critical of the education system would be unfare, as no one really knows how to educate or prepare students for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. However, many within education believe that the current curriculum is old fashioned and out of touch with current needs and how we measure success is stifling much needed creativity, talents and individual qualities. Our Educator Studio aims to bring educators together from the public and private sector to connect, learn and share innovation to better prepare in the changing times. 

What skills will my students need after graduation?
If you listen to what employers are looking for and what experts are predicting in regards to the skills needed in the future of work you’ll be ensuring that your students have strong emotional intelligence and that they can communicate effectively, they’ll also need outside the box thinking and creativity to ensure the best chance to succeed. You’ll also need to instil a growth mindset as in theory students will never graduate from learning, as in the new working world the average person will require 101 days of training a year to keep up with the advancement in technology. In Corkscrew’s Educator Studio you’ll have access to materials and content to help develop these core skills, to allow you to focus on what matters and inspiring the next generator of leaders.
How can I build better bridges between my school and the world of work?

At Corkscrew we feel that stronger bridges need to be built between education and the world of work to better prepare and train future work forces. Our Educator Studio is a place for educators in both the private and public sector to connect and learn how to better implement these relationships through real world work immersion programs, unique impactful internships (or as we call them Experienceships) and influencial mentorship.

Can I license Corkscrew programs on my campus?

We work with many educational providers in both the public and private sector allowing them to utilise our unique models and materials to create new short and long term programs that blend and add value to traditional curriculum and programs. Our unique team of Corkscrew Thinkers are constantly developing their understanding of the rapidly changing work environment and developing new modules/programs that have more relevant impact, by joining the educator studio you’ll be kept up to speed with these changes.

I have a private business focusing on education, how can I connect with colleges?

It can be a difficult situation as a private organisation to connect with established educational facilities, even with a unique proposal that can benefit their students. You may be offering the chance to develop specific technical skills or provide support with accessing relevant work experience through internships, but unsure how to reach out to specific departments or individuals. Our Educator Studio will allow you to learn from professionals working within schools and colleges to further understand their needs and how to work more closely to support their own goals and those of their students.

HOW CAN THE EDUCATOR STUDIO HELP ME?

Coaching

Our Corkscrew Coaches help you explore options available to you and how to take the first steps.

Courses

Our online and offline courses focus on both technical and human skill development.

Community

Meet likeminded individuals from around the globe to support, teach and inspire one another.

Camps

Join our Educator Studio to learn more about upcoming Corkscrew Camps and how they work.

Coaching

Our Corkscrew Coaches help you explore options available to you and how to take the first steps.

Courses

Our online and offline courses focus on both technical and human skill development.

Community

Meet likeminded individuals from around the globe to support, teach and inspire one another.

Camps

Join our Educator Studio to learn more about upcoming Corkscrew Camps and how they work.