Intraining is supporting UK businesses to be at the forefront of the digital economy as it launches a new suite of IT apprenticeship qualifications.
The leading training provider has consulted with thousands of businesses across the country and identified a clear need for greater training in the latest IT technology.
Intraining has also appointed Louise Ball as a new director with over 14 years’ experience in setting up and delivering top class IT apprenticeships on a national basis.
“There is an IT skills shortage in British business that is costing the UK economy an estimated £63 billion pounds a year in lost revenue. That’s is why we have put a strong focus on helping employers address this skills gap by offering them full training support to develop their staff and give them the knowledge they need in the latest IT technology,” said Louise Ball.
You can read more on the UK’s digital skills gap HERE.
Across the UK Intraining works with over 10,000 employers across all industries and last year developed and trained over 10,000 apprentices.
The organisation is part of NCG, one of the UK’s leading education and training providers, which aims to support its clients to unlock potential through learning. Intraining has a team of Corporate Account staff to help employers understand how to use their levy funds to maximise their digital potential, improve their businesses and increase staff productivity.
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