ICT skills: a learning opportunity for all

With commuting curtailed and more time spent working at home, workers have been turning to online courses to learn or upskill, and there has never been a better time to do so

6th September, 2020
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The next six to 12 months will determine whether businesses survive, thrive or fold entirely

In the space of a few months, the way we work and the level of digital proficiency required from the average worker has changed significantly.

Now that the panic of setting staff up to work digitally, and generally adopting a digital-first approach, is over, the next six to 12 months will determine whether businesses survive, thrive or fold entirely.

This rapid development means it’s more important than ever that businesses and organisations have the required ICT...

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