Supporting you on your digital journey

Digital is already part of our everyday lives and is changing the way we do everything. Digital has already changed the world of work in fundamental ways and is set to change the landscape of the future job market even more radically with the digital sector growing twice as fast as the economy as a whole. It is clear that digital technology is a critical component of UK growth, both now and for the future.

The Covid-19 crisis has accelerated the adoption of digital services by 2 - 5 years with the workforce working remotely, remote learning and telehealth. A rise in ecommerce digital will continue to be critical to fuel economic and social recovery.

The UK, however, has a digital skills gap in the workplace with too few people having the necessary digital skills to fill vacant roles and access the best jobs in the digitised workplace. Many people also lack the basic digital skills which prevents them fully benefiting from services that are increasingly delivered digitally.

As a city, Wolverhampton is proactively supporting the rollout of futureproofed digital infrastructure, this connectivity offers the city huge opportunities around economic growth. It will support residents to access services and employment opportunities and deliver skills training to meet future skill requirements.

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Social Media Course
Held over4 remote workshops.
18 May - 2:00pm to 4:30pm
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#BeMoreDigital Marketing
20 May 2021 - 09:00-13:00
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5PRING Construction Accelerator
Applications close on the 14th of May
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Free ICT courses
For people who work in the Black Country or who have been made redundant in the last 3 months.
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Digital Skills Innovators Programme
Maximise your earning and employment potential! This programme is designed for 18-25 year olds who are no longer in full time education!
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Digital Skills Innovators Programme