The Digital Skills Organisation is taking a new approach by introducing a Pathways Model to help solve Australia’s deep skills crisis as the technology sector faces digital skills shortage.
The Digital Skills Organisation partners with digital platform Year13 to promote digital career prospects for young people in the light of new research that reveals nearly one in two Gen Zs are not well-informed about digital careers in school.
In just one year, micro-skills marketplace Skill Finder has deployed more than 3000 courses, and users have completed more than 75,000 course enrolments.
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