The West Midlands Digital Skills Partnership is bringing a host of digital skills training to the region to enable people to participate in the diverse range of opportunities in the growing digital economy, starting with Google Digital Garage.
Catherine Perry is the Regional Coordinator for the West Midlands Local DSP
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. This is the next in our series of posts from the regions, to share their experiences of developing a Local DSP. We’re delighted that Regional Coordinators have now been appointed to three Local DSPs across the country. Catherine introduces herself below and details her experience of joining the Local DSP.
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The Digital Skills Partnership brings together public, private and charity sector organisations to boost skills for a world-leading, inclusive digital economy.
We use this blog to provide updates on the Partnership's work and highlight ways in which organisations from all sectors can support it.
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