Digital Skills Partnership
The Digital Skills Partnership is designed to bring together industry and education, to co-deliver the Digital Skills Strategy 2018-2023, following the recommendations of the University of Exeter.
Industry accreditation of courses and where appropriate, assessment of skills.
To support Digital Jersey and Skills Jersey in assessing and awarding ‘digital training’ by co-certificating skills initiatives.
Driving interest in and awareness of digital training and working opportunities.
To provide guidance and information to Digital Jersey and Skills Jersey to aid us in promoting the industry and its opportunities to key influencers, Jersey Nationals abroad, and the students themselves.
Targeted creation and coordination of new courses
To guide education partners in:
To guarantee the quality of delivery
To guide the Education Department in identifying helpful resources that improve access to computing qualifications, this could include:
James Linder/Tony Moretta
HR – Selina Camera/Head of Customer Experience & Digital – Jamie Broadbent
Thierry Berthouloux (CTO)
Ceri Riddett (HR)
Paul Spencer/Stuart Philips