Tees Valley digital skills courses from Teeside University

Teeside University is offering free digital skills training for public, private and voluntary sector professionals to support regional productivity and growth.

Public, private and voluntary sector professionals in the Tees Valley and County Durham are now able to sign up to free digital skills training – both technical and creative – following some quick thinking by Teesside University as part of its comprehensive response to Covid-19.

The Digital Skills for Growth programme was due to run as physical events but is now being offered as a series of online accredited courses. The courses will be delivered throughout the year and span a combination of half day and full day sessions meaning that public, private and voluntary sector workers from any industry and any size, including those on furlough, can immediately sharpen up their professional development in areas such as art for games and film, coding, data visualisation, developing personalised business intelligence solutions with Microsoft POWER BI, digital marketing, making sense of digital business, and web production.


Summer 2020:
- Let’s Get Coding, Python Style
- Digital Marketing, the Good, Bad and Ugly
- Developing personalised Business Intelligence solutions with Power BI

Autumn 2020:
- Let’s Get Coding, Python Style
- Can machine learning transform your business
- How to see the story within your data
- Developing personalised Business Intelligence solutions with PowerBI
- Digital Marketing, Good, Bad and Ugly
- Making sense of your digital business
- Think like a hacker to defend your business*
Video in a Day*

For details of when our courses will be delivered, visit the Teeside University website

Anyone who completes the short accredited courses will receive a University Certificate in Professional Development in Digital Skills Qualification.

The programme is part-funded by the European Social Fund and delivered by the University’s School of Computing, Engineering and Digital Technologies. DigitalCity, funded from the European Regional Development Fund across Tees Valley, will also provide a mentoring service to Tees Valley learners to help their employers gain maximum benefits for their upskilling.

For more information please email digitalskillsforgrowth@tees.ac.uk or call 01642 738701/07917 473992.