Digital degree apprenticeships - how can they work for your business?

9 March 2017, 16:00 - 18:00
Cambridge campus

Claire Ruskin from Cambridge Network

Join us in Cambridge during Apprenticeship Week to discuss the ‘ladder of opportunity’ that digital and tech degree apprenticeships bring employers and to the next generation of appropriately skilled young people into the East of England economy.

Whether in Government, the private sector or non-profit, there is a growing recognition of the opportunity offered by those not going to university or those combining university with an apprenticeship for a win-win, providing both the employer with new talent and the young people with a varied and exciting learning experience.

Finding the right digital skills for any business can be challenging. It can be difficult for employers to attract and retain suitable talented digital employees.

Join our lead discussants, Claire Ruskin, CEO of Cambridge Network (pictured) and Bob Clift, Head of Higher Education at the Tech Partnership to hear how digital apprenticeships in software engineering and cyber security analysis teach apprentices skills that meet your organisational needs, and are a means to access digital talent on a sustainable basis for your business.

Places at the event are limited, so please register your interest in advance, to avoid disappointment.

The salon will be followed by the networking drinks.

Event Details

When:
9 March 2017, 16:00 - 18:00
Location:
Cambridge campus
Cost:
Free
Register your interest online