Tech Partnership Degrees Annual Review – 2019
Through Tech Partnership Degrees, employers come together right across the economy to work with universities to create degrees and degree apprenticeships which are highly valued by industry. These programmes are delivering outstanding outcomes, not only in terms of employability and academic results, but also in terms gender equality and ethnic diversity. The Annual Review provides further information about how this is achieved, along with the voices of some of those who have benefited.
This report provides full facts and figures on Tech Industry Gold based on an analysis of HESA statistics by Sagacity Research Ltd. The report shows that graduates of employer-accredited Tech Industry Gold degrees have achieved academic and employment results which far outstrip computer science overall, all degrees overall, and almost every individual subject area.
This is a summary presentation of facts and figures for Tech Industry Gold, based on an analysis of HESA statistics by Sagacity Research Ltd. The full report 'Tech Industry Gold Results' is also available from the Library.
Skills Shortages in the UK Economy – Edge Bulletin 2
The second of Edge’s bulletins on the UK’s skills shortages shines a spotlight on the tech industry and the devastating economic impact of the government’s failure to encourage young people to study relevant subjects and upskill existing workers. An estimated 600,000 vacancies in digital technology are costing the country £63 billion a year.
This publication aims to help employers, educators and students develop a more common understanding of the language of digital jobs and degrees and share ideas for practical steps to improve the flow of talent. It was produced as part of a Tech Partnership-run project commissioned by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS).
A group of businesses from across the UK have come together to lead a review for government of Industrial Digitalisation - also described as the 4th Industrial Revolution or Industry 4.0. The interim report comes halfway through the review and summarises the group’s work to date.
Tech City Talent and Computer Science Graduate Employability Report (May 17)
This report sets out the key learning from the Tech Partnership’s Tech City Talent project, generously supported by the JPMorgan Chase Foundation, which aimed to improve access by local computer science and IT degree students to internships with London tech SMEs. It also explores the wider challenges associated with computer science graduate employability.
Digital Skills Scotland: Evaluation Report (Mar 17)
This report presents the findings of the independent evaluation of Digital Skills Scotland, the Tech Partnership’s tech skills and employability training programme, generously supported by the JPMorgan Chase Foundation, that aimed to make entry-level tech jobs in Glasgow and Edinburgh more accessible to local people looking for work.
Factsheet: Cyber Security Specialists in the UK (Feb 17)
This fact sheet provides an overview of demand/workforce trends for cyber security specialists in the UK using bespoke data from IT Jobs Watch together with supporting information from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) Quarterly Labour Force Survey (QLFS).
This joint report by the Tech Partnership and BCS continues to paint a startling picture: in a sector where there is a real skills gap, and where there are high value, creative and purposeful jobs to be done, only 17% of specialists are women.
Lloyds Banking Group's UK Business Digital Index looks into the digital maturity of small and medium-sized enterprises and charities in the UK, and the impact that their digital capability has upon their success.