We’re delighted to announce we will be supporting an additional three Local Digital Skills Partnerships in the following Local Enterprise Partnership regions: South East, Cornwall & Isles of Scilly and Cheshire & Warrington
In this blog, we hear from the Weldmar Hospicecare Trust on their projects to digitally train their staff, volunteers, patients and families, including the development of an exciting new app to support remote monitoring of community patients. The Hospice received funding earlier this year from DCMS' Digital Inclusion Fund.
Earlier this year, a new Local Digital Skills Partnerships was launched in Cheshire and Warrington. In this blog post, we hear from Regional Coordinator Sarah Williams on the work of the Cheshire and Warrington DSP and their ambitions for the future.
Earlier this year, a new Local Digital Skills Partnerships was launched in the South East. In this blog post, we hear from Regional Coordinator James Wilkinson on the journey of the South East DSP thus far and their Digital Skills Survey.
Year 12 Student, Sanmi Famakinwa, sheds light on how his school, the South Bank Engineering University Technical College, is seeking to promote diversity in the digital industry and help students equip themselves with necessary digital skills for their future careers.
In this blog, we hear from Guy Wilcox of the Down’s Syndrome Association on their new Health Swap app, which received funding earlier this year from the Digital Inclusion Fund.
Local Digital Skills Partnerships (Local DSPs) bring together businesses, charities, and public sector organisations to tackle local digital skills challenges. Supported by the DSP, these partnerships are working to build thriving and inclusive local economies. Me and my role I …
In this blog Paul Kelly, Senior Information and Learning Services Manager at Libraries NI discusses their Digital Citizen Project: Get Online, Stay Connected, which has been successfully tackling the digital skills deficit in Northern Ireland.
In this blog, Nuno Guarda, Head of Corporate Affairs UK & Ireland talks about Cisco's Networking Academy and their involvement with the Digital Skills Partnership to widen access to digital skills training.
Seconding staff to the DSP is hugely beneficial for individuals, industry partners and government. Faye Van Flute, our secondee from Lloyds Banking Group, tells us about her time with the team in Whitehall.
Charlotte Collyer Regional Coordinator for the Heart of the South West Local Digital Skills Partnership outlines the region's approach on turning their digital skills ambition into a digital skills reality.