The Tech Partnership

Digital Apprenticeship Board

 

The Tech Partnership’s Digital Apprenticeship Board is made up of dedicated and experienced tech and non-tech employers with a mission: to make sure businesses have access to high quality tech and digital apprenticeships.

Board’s role is to:

  • Oversee the development of high-quality digital apprenticeships which meet employers’ needs for the future
  • Encourage cohesion across industry, to reduce duplication and make it easier to attract young people
  • Provide a strong collective voice for industry with government and the Institute for Apprenticeships

 

Arm

Paul Peplow



Asda

Phil Tenney



Barclays

Claire Findlay




BBC

Christine Bellamy



 

BT

David Pamplin

 

Capgemini

Anouska Ramsay

CGI

Karen Townsend

 

Direct Line

Mike Smith

 

DWP

Maureen Hewlett

 

Fujitsu

Nicholas White

 

Google

Amanda Timberg

 

Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Andy Macdougall

IBM

Jenny Taylor

 

Lloyds Banking
Group

Jonathan Webster

National Grid

Victoria Higgin

 

Oracle

Grant Rickard

 


Tata Consultancy
Services

Yogesh Chauhan

 

 

 

 

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Latest news

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  • "Now I’m innovating everyday" – life as a digital degree apprentice

    18.07.2017

    Graduating yesterday at Aston University, James Gee is one of the UK’s first apprentices to achieve the Digital & Technology Solutions BSc – a trailblazer degree apprenticeship developed by employers in the Tech Partnership network.

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    17.07.2017

    Eleven young Capgemini employees were today awarded with a BSc in Digital and Technology Solutions by Aston University - part of the first ever cohort of digital degree apprentices to graduate. 

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