Wednesday, 20 June 2018

Roundtable report: How can the industry solve the skills gap as we move towards digital business models?

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Tuesday 01 November 16

It is estimated that the UK could be facing an ICT skills shortage of 160,000 by 2020. ITP Board Director, Mark Bond, hosted a roundtable debate at the recent Total Telecom Congress on how the industry can tackle this growing concern, here are the highlights.  In an industry facing significant change driven by new technology, the skills gap is undoubtedly widening. Consumer demands, coupled with new technology, are putting increasing pressure on telcos to be able to deliver these services, and provide skilled, trained professionals to do so…

It is estimated that the UK could be facing an ICT skills shortage of 160,000 by 2020. ITP Board Director, Mark Bond, hosted a roundtable debate at the recent Total Telecom Congress on how the industry can tackle this growing concern, here are the highlights.  In an industry facing significant change driven by new technology, the skills gap is undoubtedly widening. Consumer demands, coupled with new technology, are putting increasing pressure on telcos to be able to deliver these services, and provide skilled, trained professionals to do so…

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