A group of businesses from across the UK have come together to lead a review for government of Industrial Digitalisation - also described as the 4th Industrial Revolution or Industry 4.0. The interim report comes halfway through the review and summarises the group’s work to date.
Tech City Talent and Computer Science Graduate Employability Report (May 17)
This report sets out the key learning from the Tech Partnership’s Tech City Talent project, generously supported by the JPMorgan Chase Foundation, which aimed to improve access by local computer science and IT degree students to internships with London tech SMEs. It also explores the wider challenges associated with computer science graduate employability.
The Basic Digital Skills measure was created by Doteveryone and partners to measure levels of digital skills among UK adults. This survey report is based on the research conducted in November 2016, and is extracted from the Lloyds Bank Consumer Digital Index 2017.
The Lloyds Bank Consumer Digital Index provides a unique view of the financial and digital capability of all adults in the UK. The Index includes the Basic Digital Skills measure for UK adults, compiled in association with Doteveryone.
The Basic Digital Skills measure was created by Doteveryone and partners to measure levels of digital skills among UK adults. This summary of findings is based on the research conducted in November 2016. For more detail, refer to Lloyds Bank Consumer Digital Index 2017.
Digital Apprenticeships – Best Practice for Training Providers – Nov 17
First published in March 17, version 2 of this guide provides best practice to training providers who intend to deliver the new digital apprenticeship standards. It includes information on funding support, the Apprenticeship Levy, assessment and grading, qualifications and how to get started.
Digital Skills Scotland: Evaluation Report (Mar 17)
This report presents the findings of the independent evaluation of Digital Skills Scotland, the Tech Partnership’s tech skills and employability training programme, generously supported by the JPMorgan Chase Foundation, that aimed to make entry-level tech jobs in Glasgow and Edinburgh more accessible to local people looking for work.