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Making it easier for employers to recruit from school, college and university, and to upskill their existing staff, through high-quality, relevant tech apprenticeships and degrees.
Introducing Get Digital: enabling everyone to gain the basic digital skills they need.
Inspiring a new generation, especially girls, about tech skills and tech careers through TechFuture programmes.
Setting standards for digital skills in the UK, ensuring that qualifications meet organisations’needs, and working to raise the quality of training delivered to tech professionals.
Keeping up with current and future trends in the tech sector and labour market.
Cisco UK & Ireland Chair and Tech Partnership Chair, Phil Smith, calls for a collective dialogue on digital skills.
Head of TechFuture Karine Barsam looks at the latest stats on girls' engagement with STEM and how we can change the status quo.
The Tech Partnership formally assumes responsibility for basic digital skills through Get Digital, carrying on the work of Doteveryone.
Keep up-to-date with the latest news and support action to boost UK digital skills
The Level 4 ‘Information Systems (IS) Business Analyst’ has now been approved and brings the list of new digital apprenticeship standards to fourteen.
UK cyber workforce has grown 160% in 5 years. 58,000 people now work in cyber security, up from 22,000 in 2011. Check the latest fact sheet for more data.
The Tech Partnership is the network of employers collaborating to create the skills for the digital economy.
The WannaCry attack reaffirms an urgent need for cyber skills
New Tech Partnership Board members appointed
New training providers’ guide to digital apprenticeships
Developing the talent to fight cyber security threats in the UK
TechFuture provides resources to teach and inspire tomorrow's tech experts
A suite of new standards to cover all major entry level roles into tech and digital careers
Join a growing networks of tech influencers in schools
The Tech Partnership is now based on Broadway, Westminster.
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