University of South Wales is closing the skills gap, say IT professionals

Tom Allen
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The Cyber Academy prepares graduates for work through industry partnerships

For years, the IT skills gap - the shortfall between jobs and the skilled workers to fill them - has challenged companies in the UK. Despite, or maybe because of, its position as a fast-growing sec...

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