Digital Futures West Sussex Information Hubs

Visit one of our new Digital Futures pop-up West Sussex Information Hubs to find out more about pathways into digital roles and job opportunities in the local area.

Digital Futures West Sussex will be running free drop-in hubs throughout the year to provide guidance to those interested in pursuing a new career path and learning about the range of local digital roles available across various sectors.

The first information hub will be held at the BIPC Centre at Crawley library on Tuesday 31st January between 10am and 3pm, followed by a drop-in hub at Littlehampton Wave leisure centre on Thursday 9th February from 2pm to 7pm.

More information hubs will take place later in the year at locations across the county, including Chichester, Worthing, Arundel, East Grinstead and more.

Crawley Library
Tuesday 31st Jan 2023 > 10am – 3pm

We will be running drop in sessions between 10am and 3pm in the Crawley Library BIPC to discuss the local opportunities available to you at whatever stage of your digital career.

>>> Learn more and book a space

Littlehampton Wave
Thursday 9th Feb 2023 > 2pm – 7pm

We will be running drop in sessions between 2pm and 7pm in the Littlehampton Wave to discuss the local opportunities available to you at whatever stage of your digital career.

>>> Learn more and book a space

The Digital Futures West Sussex programme has launched to inspire jobseekers and people at all stages of their careers to discover the range of digital roles available in West Sussex, to connect local businesses with local talent and increase aspiration for digital careers across the county.

For more information click the button below to visit the Digital Futures West Sussex website.

Digital Futures West Sussex is jointly funded by West Sussex County Council and the West Sussex Districts and Boroughs. The programme is being led by local strategic consultancy always possible with support from the three Digital Futures ambassadors, working in partnership with local authorities, education providers and business networks to raise awareness about the range of digital jobs available across various sectors in West Sussex.

Logos for West Sussex County Council, Adur & Worthing Councils, Arun District Council, Chichester District Council, Crawley Borough Council, Horsham District Council, Mid Sussex District Council

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Where to start with always possible as your strategic partner?

1. Book a quick call using our online calendar. 2. Agree the pain-points and opportunities for us to focus on. 3. sign off on our bespoke workshop plan. 4 Half-day strategy workshop for up to 10 people. 5 Full summary, recommendations and next steps plan.