Investing in staff digital literacy will pay dividends

Teachers must get to grips with technology to equip students with vital workplace skills

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The world is increasingly reliant on technology, with every business in every industry requiring a digitally literate workforce. Digital skills are fundamental to employment and, consequently, the further education and skills sector has a huge role to play.

We prepare our students for work and help to make them employable by equipping them with a range of vital skills. With digital aptitude high on this list, effective use of technology in the classroom has never been so important. To deliver this to our students, we need tutors who can not only use technology effectively in the classroom but ...

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