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e-skills UK Higher Level Skills. e-skills UK. Sector Skills Council for IT, Telecoms responsible for developing the quality and quantity of professional skills in these sectors in addition, remit to improve general IT user skills in the UK

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    1. e-skills UKHigher Level Skills

    2. e-skills UK • Sector Skills Council for IT, Telecoms • responsible for developing the quality and quantity of professional skills in these sectors • in addition, remit to improve general IT user skills in the UK • uniting employers, educators and government on a common, employer-led agenda • delivering programmes designed to increase productivity and business performance in the UK

    3. challenges facing the sector • attract the necessary quantity, quality and diversity of people in technology-related careers. • ensure that IT-related curriculum in schools, colleges and universities prepares students for successful employment through the provision of fit for purpose solutions.

    4. challenges facing the sector • realise the potential of the existing workforce and support the drive to improve performance and productivity through investment in skills development. • ensure that the employer voice and need is at the heart of skills development and that IT skills policy and funding decision making is based on a solid evidence base.

    5. e-skills UK programmes • Computer Clubs for Girls • Careers Advice • Specialised Diploma (IT line of learning) • Undergraduate Development • IT and Telecoms Professional Development • Business IT Guide • e-skills Passport / ITQ • Research • Recognising Achievement