Policy paper

The Digital Skills Partnership Board and Terms of Reference

The Digital Skills Partnership brings together public, private and charity sector organisations to boost skills for a world-leading, inclusive digital economy.

Documents

Details

The 2017 UK Digital Strategy announced that government would establish a Digital Skills Partnership (DSP) which brings together public, private and charity sector organisations to facilitate coordination between digital skills programmes, including the sharing of knowledge and best practice.

The DSP aims to improve coherence of digital skills provision at a national level, but also promote and support the establishment of Local Digital Skills Partnerships.

The DSP Board was established in November 2017.

Find out more about the work of the Digital Skills Partnership

Published 20 November 2017