This talk will explore the digital apprenticeship environment in England and what this means for employers, managers and colleagues.
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Digital Apprenticeships Explained: 12 months of change and what it means for the tech sector.
Last year, long-awaited changes were made to many of the most popular digital apprenticeship standards in England. In this webinar, we’ll explore the driving forces behind these changes, what they are, and what this means for you as employers, managers and colleagues working with apprentices.
- The digital and tech talent gap
- What is new? From AI to DevOps
- What has changed and what does this mean for apprentices and employers?
- Making the business case for digital apprenticeships
- Starting with the end in mind: BCS, end point assessment, and beyond
About the speaker
Tony Pitchford works with employers and training providers to help them set up apprenticeship programmes and prepare their apprentices for ‘end point assessment’ (EPA). Tony has spent 15 years of his career promoting apprenticeships in the tech sector. After managing sales, candidate recruitment and marketing teams for various training providers.
Tony joined BCS four years ago and has been a key figure in the growth of BCS as an end point assessment organisation.
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