Thursday 15 November 2018: Global training provider, Skills4Stem have announced they will offer digital apprenticeship courses across the UK for the first time from spring 2019.
This is in the same week that the World Skills Live conference, the UK’s largest skills, apprenticeships and skills event, takes place in Birmingham.
Skills4Stem will offer a range of digital apprenticeship courses to train people in the following jobs:
- Software developers
- Digital and technology solutions professionals
- Unified communications trouble shooters and technicians
- Infrastructure technicians
- Software testers
- Software development technicians
- Digital and technology solution specialists.
The courses are 100% Apprenticeship Levy funded.
Sarah Davis, CEO, Skills4Stem comments:
“We are delighted to announce that we are launching these apprenticeship courses at a time when the digital economy is proving stronger than ever. It’s a really exciting area for us to be expanding into, and fits into Skills4Stems strong sector focus on science, technology, engineering and maths (‘STEM’) skills.
“We’ll offer our digital courses to small groups of 6-8 people, with classroom sessions once a month. We have a number of workplace tutors and industry focused trainers lined up to help us to ensure our new recruits are given the best possible start to their digital careers.”
Skills4Stem, who are on the Register of Apprenticeship Training Providers, also provide a range of apprenticeship courses across customer services, leadership and management, project management, construction engineering and construction management.