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    • Organizations are Increasingly Paying Premium Salaries for Top Tech Talent

      Global Knowledge | Wokingham, UK |

      Organizations are increasingly paying premium prices to attract and retain IT professionals with critical skills. IT professionals earned, on average, $5,000 more this year compared to 2018. This is one of the findings in the Global Knowledge 2019 IT Skills and Salary Report.

    • DDLS announces new partnership with Veeam

      DDLS | Sydney, Australia |

      (SYDNEY, 24 June 2019) DDLS, Australia’s leading provider of corporate IT training announces a new partnership with Veeam, the global leader in cloud management. DDLS will become a new Veeam Authorised Education Center in the Asia Pacific region.

    • QA is teaching the nation to code in a series of coding workshops

      QA |

      Workshops hosted at Northumbria University were opened by Chi Onwurah MP who supports initiative that seeks to address tech diversity and the skills gap in Tyne and Wear. Teach the Nation to Code is a coding workshop run by QA aimed at career changers and graduates to inspire careers in tech and software development.

    • QA celebrates National Apprenticeship Week with a reception in parliament

      QA | London, UK |

      Brexit talks were set aside – in the grand Terrace Pavilion of the House of Commons at least – on Tuesday 5th March as employers, apprentices and Parliamentarians gathered to celebrate the life-transforming power of apprenticeships for National Apprenticeships Week (NAW).

    • UK’s first female cyber security apprenticeship achiever earns highest possible grade

      QA |

      QA cyber security apprentice Stephanie Haynes of HORIBA MIRA just became the first woman in the UK to successfully complete the Cyber Security Technologist Level 4 apprenticeship programme – and she knocked her end-point assessment out of the park with a Distinction, the highest possible grade achieved by only one other learner so far.

    • QA Apprenticeships launches podcast series to help young people future-proof careers

      QA | London, UK |

      QA Apprenticeships has launched a career podcast series helping young people just starting out in the world of work to “future-proof” their job prospects. The FutureProof Careers podcast assesses today’s job market, raises important career questions and helps young people set themselves up now for future career success.

    • EQUS launches to prevent spreadsheet mistakes and misinterpretations

      Learning Light | Sheffield, UK |

      Sheffield Hallam University has developed visualization plug-in software, ‘Ensuring the Quality and Usability of Spreadsheets’. EQUS aims to enhance the accessibility and understanding of almost all spreadsheet formulae and the data with which they work and is being distributed by VeryViz - a partnership between Sheffield Hallam University and the online learning and training consultancy, Learning Light.

    • QA on a mission to boost tech diversity by signing Tech Talent Charter

      QA | London, UK |

      QA has signed the Tech Talent Charter (TTC) as part of its ongoing commitment to break down career barriers, bridge the UK’s skills gap, promote a diverse workforce and support women in tech. Founded by employers across the recruitment, tech and social enterprise fields, the Tech Talent Charter (TTC) brings together industries and organisations to drive diversity and address gender imbalance in technology roles. The government supported the TTC in its UK Digital Strategy policy paper published in March 2017.