How could apprenticeships shape future IT talent?

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Digital apprenticeships are a cost-effective way to help your company fill skills shortages when budgets are being tightened. Coventry University courses are tailored to your organisation and help you upskill, recruit and retain staff. Apprenticeships are backed by the government with generous funding support through schemes like the Apprenticeship Levy.

This year has posed a significant challenge to organisations across the IT sector. Many are caught between two impulses; to turn technological change to their advantage, but having to overcome tigh...

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