Digital Degree Apprentices – nominations now open for Tech Industry Gold Awards
Nominations are now open for the 2021 National Tech Industry Gold Degree Apprenticeship Awards.
These new awards recognise the fantastic contribution digital degree apprenticeships make to building the future for individuals and organisations. There are awards in three categories – business contribution, innovation, and special achievement – and winners will be announced at the online Building Tech Futures event being run by Tech Partnership Degrees and techUK during National Apprenticeship Week (8th – 14th February 2021).
So, if you know a digital degree apprentice who has stood out by making an impact for their company, demonstrating their innovative streak, or doing something else unique which should be celebrated, we would love to hear from you. Anyone can submit a nomination, including digital degree apprentices themselves – so please don’t be shy, and share that story!
The only entry criterion is that the nominee was on, or graduated from, a Tech Industry Gold accredited digital degree apprenticeship during 2020, and all we need is up to 300 words supporting the nomination.
See here for more details and the nomination form: www.techskills.org/awards-submit
All entries must be submitted by 17:00, Friday 29th January 2021
About Tech Industry Gold
Tech Industry Gold is the industry accreditation for digital and tech, identifying programmes which meet employer-set standards for quality of content, delivery and assessment.
Supported by Tech Partnership Degrees, over 300 employers and HEI representatives work together as a community to ensure Tech Industry Gold degree and degree apprenticeship programmes meet industry standards, continue to be of the highest possible quality, and are responsive to employer needs in both content and delivery.
There are currently 38 Tech Industry Gold accredited degree apprenticeship programmes in 34 universities.
About Tech Partnership Degrees
Employer-led and not for profit, Tech Partnership Degrees unites employers and universities to improve the flow of talent into the digital workforce. It is formally recognised as a Professional Statutory and Regulatory Body for Higher Education (PSRB), and is a wholly owned subsidiary of techUK.
Strategic leadership is provided by a cross-sector Employer Board which includes senior executives from Accenture, Amazon, AWSM, Bain & Company, Barclaycard, BT, Capgemini, CGI, Cisco, Deloitte, Equanimity, Fujitsu, IBM, Jaguar Land Rover, Network Rail, NHS Digital, NHS Test & Trace, Quicksilva, SAS, TCS and VMWare.