One of the problems companies can solve when they collaborate with local education institutions and training providers is to ensure that the professional bodies and institutions are able to to use open source programs. A well-designed and implemented digital apprenticeship program can help bridge the digital skills gap by providing businesses with a ready and trained supply of online, hands-on employees.
What is the main driver of change in requested #skills? #Technology. The impact of technology change extends far beyond fields that are intrinsically technical, like IT, engineering, and science and research. https://t.co/SMzRN8Qe8w pic.twitter.com/515YXG9kfW
— Boston Consulting Group (@BCG) June 19, 2022
E-commerce is fast becoming one of the biggest contributors to the global GDP. To be at the forefront of this growth, there is an urgent need to develop strong workforce skillsets for a global tech marketplace. Innovative digital learning solutions are unlocking potential in sectors across the business landscape, including building, digital, customer service, finance, manufacturing and food & beverage. These hands-on digital skills can be leveraged by business and industry to increase employee engagement, enhance productivity and deliver superior customer experiences.