Kerry Harrison, Regional Coordinator for the Lancashire DSP talks in more detail about the approach they're taking to increase digital capability in the region.
Kerry Harrison is the Regional Coordinator of the Lancashire 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. Kerry introduces herself below and details her experience of joining the Local DSP.
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