The Digital Skills Partnership
What is the Digital Skills Partnership?
The Digital Skills Partnership is a group of employers and other organisation who recognise the growing importance of digital skills to all the businesses and residents of Cheshire and Warrington.
What is it for?
The Digital Skills Partnership will ensure that we focus on digital skills as we deliver the two priorities of our skills and education action plan:
- Businesses being at the heart of inspiring and informing young people about new technologies and career opportunities so they make informed decisions about the training and education that they choose; and
- Businesses working together with training providers to improve the quality of training available to employees and individual learners who want to acquire the digital skills they need for work or to function in an increasingly digital age.
How does it help me?
The Digital Skills Partnership will work together with businesses and training providers to develop the skills of the current and future workforces to enable them to take full advantage of new digital technologies. It will also help residents and employees across Cheshire and Warrington to acquire the digital skills they need to live in an increasingly digital economy and move into work or to progress in work.
For further information please contact email@example.com
Competitions to develop skills
Nesta Challenges’ Longitude Explorer Prize is calling on young people across the UK to develop innovative AI solutions to society’s biggest issues. The prize launched on the 23 September and is focusing on how Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) can help solve the most pressing problems: Living better, Living longer, Living together and Living greener.
They’re on the hunt for 11-16 year olds, who are passionate about making the world a better place, to develop A.I based solutions, which will improve the lives of others.
If you’ve got a team of young people that would be up for the challenge, get involved! longitudeexplorer.challenges.org/