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ICT Digital Skills Accelerator Event 11th May

April 7, 2016

Whether your business is to provide ICT products and services or your core business is in Digital Creative, Tourism, Financial Services, Engineering & Manufacturing or Health and Social Care; ICT and Digital Technologies will continue to play a key factor in your business growth and success. With the UK government investing in degree apprenticeship as a key priority area to boost high-tech skills in Britain, there’s never been a better time to hire an apprentice.

Would you like to find out more about Apprenticeships, Higher Apprenticeships, funding, apprenticeship providers and other ICT and Digital training available in the Region?  Would you also like to contribute your views to what skills and training are needed in our region?

We would like to invite you to our “ICT Digital Skills Accelerator Event” on 11th May at University Campus Suffolk from 4pm until 8pm.  The event is for businesses, parents/carers, schools, and students at secondary school, Further and Higher education and is being run by Suffolk County Council, Suffolk New College and University Campus Suffolk.

There will be an opportunity to browse apprenticeship and other training providers’ stands and talk to people directly.

We will have a keynote speaker as well as workshops on:

 

Apprenticeships made easy” – Introduction to Apprenticeships in ICT Digital 

 “Apprenticeships Live” – Corporate and SME experience of having apprentices

Apprenticeship Sourcing” – Private and Public providers to present on how to find an apprentice, application process, timing etc

Apprenticeship Levy and funding

Finally there will be group sessions on our skills strategy – your chance to have your say!

Refreshments will be provided during the break and on registration.

This event will include presentations and displays to give you the latest local information on training and skills development in the ICT and Digital Sector.

Click here to book your place.

This event is made possible by funding from the Skills Funding Agency.

 



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