Addressing the computing and digital skills shortage in Fife

Computing and Digital Technologies - Employer Breakfast 
Addressing the skills shortage in Fife 
Carnegie Conference Centre, Dunfermline
Thursday 28 February 2019
8.30am to 10.30am

Have Your Say

If your business requires roles such as network engineers, software developers, systems administrators, security specialists or applications developers, then you will know how difficult it is to recruit and retain qualified employees.

Fife College would like to hear what you require from their curriculum and work with you to produce the workforce your industry requires. As an employer, you can offer a real insight into the current jobs market, which is invaluable to our students – your future workforce.

Join us for breakfast on Thursday 28th February to discuss ways in which, we can address the current shortage of qualified personnel within the computing and digital technologies arena. There will also be the opportunity for you to speak to our students about internships, graduate jobs and other opportunities.

Have Your Say

• Help shape a curriculum that meets your sector’s training needs
• Share your insight with the industry’s future workforce to help them prepare for employment
• Find out about CPD training opportunities available at Fife College

8.30: Coffee and Registrations
8.45: Sharon Burns, Fife College Welcome and Introduction to Fife College’s Computing Faculty
8.55: Jim Tomaney, Renovite Employer case study
9.05: Matthew Jones, Solution Architect at Ingenico
9.15: Kenny Hall – Student case study
9.20: Jan Thomson – Fife College CPD training opportunities
9.30: Discussion Groups Future training needs to address skills shortage
9.45: Career Conversations with students Networking with stall holders
​10.30: Finish

Book Your Place to register for this event, fill in the online registration form below or email sales@fife.ac.uk

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