Introducing the Digital Skills Hub
Dumfries and Galloway College and Borders College are working in partnership to establish a Digital Skills Hub in the south of Scotland to provide upskilling and retraining opportunities in digital skills for people within key sectors of the region’s economy.
The goal for the hub is to facilitate the development of higher-level digital skills and build a digitally active workforce to help the region to become more competitive for the future.
About the Digital Skills Hub
We’re looking to digitise the south of Scotland through learning and skills development.
The Digital Skills Hub will provide upskilling and retraining support, allowing people to develop digital skills that will open up new pathways to prosperity. Watch our video to find out more.
“The Digital Skills Hub will redefine college education by providing a new model for the delivery of digital skills.” – Joanna Campbell, Principal of Dumfries and Galloway College.
“To make that happen, we’re looking for partners to get involved and help make the south of Scotland the perfect place to live, work, and learn.” – Angela Cox, Principal of Borders College.
We’re looking for partners to get involved and engage with us to:
- Identify future workforce design opportunities
- Identify skills gaps
- Identify funding requirements and opportunities
- Help match training opportunities to fill skills gaps
- Help get the hub off the ground and collaborate to make it a success.
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With cybercrime on the increase, the South of Scotland Digital Skills Hub, in collaboration with South of Scotland Enterprise and Highlands and Islands Enterprise brings you:
‘Keeping your business safe online,’ a FREE, hybrid event taking place on 15th December at 08:30-10:00 at Dumfries & Galloway College, in Dumfries.