Project 4.0 focuses on digital skills in the workplace with an emphasis on improving Advanced Manufacturing Skills to expand digital infrastructures, upskill and reskill existing workforces, and promote digital as a career choice. From virtual reality headsets and 3D printers to life-size robotics, a tech-filled mobile unit and more, Cheshire College – South & West are set to shift the pace needed to develop the future of digital.
Working in partnership with Code Nation, Cheshire College has also invested in specialist equipment to significantly boost digital skills across the region by providing access to new technologies, inspiring more young people than ever to progress onto higher-level courses and skilled employment.
Working in partnership with Code Nation, Cheshire College has invested in specialist equipment to significantly boost digital skills across the region by providing access to new technologies.
Featuring streaming equipment and virtual reality technology (including a life-size 3D robot), the Digital Hub Bus is a mobile classroom available to all schools and businesses interested in delivering exciting digital skill sessions.
Committed to enhancing young people’s digital skills for the future, the Digital Hub Bus brings state-of-the-art equipment directly to school pupils and employees so that they can engage with new and emerging technology and equip them with the digital skill we know employers want and need at an early age.
To calculate how much you will have to spend through the English system, UK Government will use HMRC data, which includes data about the home address of your employees. This information will be used to work out what proportion of an employer’s pay bill is paid to employees living in England.