Legacy and transition plans
On 4th October 2017, we announced that the Tech Partnership will close in September 2018. We are continuing to deliver on all of our projects and are working on transition plans for programmes that will continue into the future, including Tech Industry Gold degrees and degree apprenticeships, Digital Apprenticeships, and TechFuture schools resources.
An update from the Tech Partnership (27/11/17)
Tech Partnership update on legacy plans (08/02/18)
Tech Industry Gold
Employers across the UK collaborate to accredit and support Tech Industry Gold high quality degrees and degree apprenticeships that meet industry defined standards for content and delivery. As announced on 2nd February 2018, a new Board and not-for-profit organisation will provide the ongoing strategic leadership to take forward the Tech Partnership’s work in Higher Education. See below for a link to the announcement.
We are now reviewing proposals from organisations who are interested in supporting the employers in delivering an-employer-led model for the external quality assurance (EQA) of Level 3 and Level 4 Digital Apprenticeships. The deadline for submissions was 23 March 2018.
The TechFuture portfolio of TechFuture Classroom, TechFuture Girls, TechFuture Badges and TechFuture Ambassadors bring together industry support for schools. Industry-based resources and a volunteer network inspire students about digital careers and help them to fulfil their potential in a digital world.
On 3rd January 2018, the Tech Partnership issued an invitation, to all UK charities or not-for-profit organisations in a position to grow the reach and impact of this work, to submit proposals to take over the TechFuture portfolio. The deadline for submissions was noon on 31st January 2018, and the Tech partnership is now reviewing all proposals. Further information will be available asap in April.
If you have any questions about legacy and transition plans, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org