Date: Tuesday 2 February 2021 | Time: 14:00 – 15:00 | Location: Zoom

The Digital Skills Academy is bringing together leaders from across the digital and IT sectors to discuss how digital skills will rejuvenate and re-energise the UK economy in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

Head of Apprenticeships for North Warwickshire and South Leicestershire College (NWSLC) Katy Urwin invites you to an online discussion by a panel of industry and education experts on Tuesday 2nd February 2021. Panellists will include Marion Plant OBE FCGI, Principal and Chief Executive Officer of NWSLC, Kerry McGreavy from the Institute of Coding, Pete Frost, managing director of a digital marketing agency, Unity and a representative from our Higher Education partner Coventry University.

The panel is keen to hear from industries about how we can help business get back on track, and is keen to seek support from potential ‘digital ambassadors’ who are willing to work alongside the Digital Skills Academy.

Delegates are welcome to ask live questions during the session.

During the event, the panel will explore the key issues around skills and training emerging from the pandemic including:

• How digital skills and technologies are rapidly shaping the workforce
• Key skills gaps and training requirements to enhance your business
• Diverse modes of education delivery in a socially distanced world
• How skills delivery has become more flexible and responsive
• Support to fund training and development for you new or existing workforce

Register here.