A copy of the invitation with more information is below as text and can be downloaded as a Word file (.docx). See also the bit at the end about another event, on Ethics, in September.
You might also like this collection of computing-related job descriptions and job adverts (closed but ‘captured’ while live) which may be useful as examples of the sorts of skills and experience employers are looking for.
|The work-place is changing fast – and the needs of employers and the economy are evolving rapidly. Employers predict a shortage of digital skills in the future – but also new opportunities for a skilled workforce.
“No one knows what the future of work will be, but it’s going to involve a lot of interaction with a data-rich, massively-connected digital world. How should education evolve? And, how can employers creatively engage with education?”
Prof Simon Peyton Jones, Microsoft Research, Chair of the NCCE
We would be delighted if you are able to join us for a free interactive, forward-looking session to explore these questions and more.
Digital Skills and the Future of Work
Chair: Professor Simon Peyton Jones, Microsoft Research, Chair of the NCCE
We very much look forward to you joining us for a fascinating session on Thursday!
Director of Education, BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT
|P.S. Hold the date 4.30pm Thurs 9 Sept, NCCE Digital Skills Forum: Ethics.
The Digital Skills Forum, is a new monthly series of online events hosted by The National Centre for Computing Education brings together expert speakers from industry and education for a lively discussion looking at how we can work together effectively.
Watch our previous session on AI and the Future of Education here.