Join us on 16th June from 11 am to 1 pm for our Tech Industry Gold Degree Apprenticeship Event. This event is open to employers and Higher Education Institutions (HEIs).
techUK’s Fast Forward for Digital Jobs report examines the state of play of adult education and digital skills training and sets out seven key recommendations to support learners, support employers, and deliver change at scale.
Tech Partnership Degrees, a techUK company, is today rebranding to TechSkills (www.techskills.org). The organisation brings together employers and educators in partnership to develop the digital talent industry needs.
Join Procter & Gamble (P&G) on Tuesday 7th September (9 am-12:30 pm) to hear from Global Senior Vice President for IT, Michele Hughes, who will share her career journey as an IT Leader. You will also have the opportunity to find out more about P&G.
Tech Partnership Degrees is recruiting a new Digital Learning Assistant. You will be implementing a new service which provides industry recognition for people successfully completing Tech Industry Gold accredited programmes.
The Tech Industry Gold accreditation enables Brunel to work closely with employers to ensure their digital programmes meet and exceed industry standards, enabling employers to attract and retain top digital talent. Read the latest University Spotlight focusing on Brunel University London.
Working in partnership with EDT, we’re calling for employers’ participation: join EDT’s first ever collaborative virtual Cyber, AI and Digital Work Experience Programme, to help get young people excited about tech careers.
‘As I have progressed, I have come to understand how Project Managers want to work with individuals who make a positive contribution to projects’. Read Sally Parker’s Tech Industry Gold Degree Apprenticeship story.
“What comes easy won’t last, what lasts won’t come easy.” These words have inspired Zain Nazar, Tech Industry Gold Degree Apprentice who is studying at Ravensbourne University and working at BT.