A government report revealed that around 82%of all jobs in the UK list digital skills as a requirement. They also pay 29% more, on average, than those that don’t require these skills (£37,000 vs £28,000 a year). Despite this, employers struggled to fill one-third of vacancies last year due to lack of digital competency.Digital skills are no longer limited to tech and online roles but are nearly universal requirements across all sectors and skill levels today.
Our Digital IT courses can develop learners from the very basics, at entry level, to competent IT users, at Level 2. Learners can then progress onto specialist IT, Computing, Business, Arts, Marketing, and other courses at Level 3. Learners can also progress in Life and Employment with improved confidence and skills. All courses we offer are produced in conjunction with the UK’s Essential Digital Skills framework.
This simple tool should help if you are unsure as to what level you should begin your digital studies;