Digital skills survey

Are you based in Essex, Thurrock, Southend, Medway, Kent or East Sussex?

The government is working with Local Enterprise Partnerships and Combined Authorities (CAs) to help establish Local Digital Skills Partnerships (Local DSPs) across the country to tackle local digital skills challenges and build thriving and inclusive local economies.

The South East LEP have produced a survey, on behalf of the Digital Skills Partnership (DSP) in the South East, as an important part of the DSP’s work to gather evidence, map activity and identify resulting digital skills gaps. Your response will help the SELEP DSP to understand the region’s strengths, and those aforementioned gaps, and enable partners to focus on the needs of the local area.

You’re welcome to answer anonymously but, if your response highlights something that the Digital Skills Partnership feels it can help address, it will mean they are unable to get back in touch directly. In addition, at the end of this survey there is an opportunity to have yourself added to future regular DSP comms as well as to put yourself forward to be part of the formal partnership in the future.

always possible will be founding members of the formal partnership, helping to shape the first year of strategy and activity.

Please answer to the best of your knowledge in all sections that are of relevance to you (as an employer in your own right, as well as an education provider, for example). The more information that can be gathered about the Digital Skills landscape across the region the more support can be considered across the partnership.


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