The Tech Partnership is looking for your input into what should go into the new framework for Basic Digital Skills.
The Tech Partnership, working with Lloyds Banking Group, has launched a consultation to develop a new UK framework for Basic Digital Skills. The existing Basic Digital Skills framework was launched in 2012, but they know that digital skills don’t stand still, and the benchmark for participation in the digital world has moved on significantly since 2012.
They know you’re supporting hundreds of people in your community to improve their basic digital skills, so your experience and knowledge is crucial to ensuring the new framework represents your learners and will support their skills development in the future.
The Good Things Foundation are holding engagement workshops and webinars over the next 4 weeks as well as other ways to get in touch and hope you will join them to review the revised framework and make recommendations as a collective to the national consultation.