We have seen huge amounts of resilience, flexibility and ambition as people responded to the trials of living in a changing world defined by challenges not previously seen. Individuals who have shown creative flair and ingenuity.
The first cohort of participants on our fully funded course have now completed the Skills Programme. Let’s take a look at what they achieved…
From time to time, we all experience those dreaded creative blocks. In this blog, Assistant Technician Kobi, discusses how he breaks through these blocks using music.
Digital skills are increasingly essential in the modern job market, but even those with their heart set on a career in coding will need a broader set of skills to succeed.
A new year brings with it new opportunities. In this blog we discuss how you can take the new year in your stride.
Kristine Joy Lagua was one of our first participants on the WMCA-funded Digital Innovators Skills Programme. We caught up with her to find our what she thought of the training and what she was able to gain from the experience.
At Digital Innovators, we believe that everyone can be creative in their own way. Here are three techniques you can try to get creative.
At Digital Innovators, we believe that everyone has the potential to succeed and excel in their careers, and that this potential just needs to be unlocked and harnessed. This may be harder to do than a year ago, but there are ways that you can get ahead.
The sinking of the Titanic was a god-sent for the kitchen’s lobsters. I have always been one to wade into a debate. With friends, family or with a stranger at the local, the engagement and passion that comes with the territory has always driven me. Yet I am still a guilty party by failing to gain the perspectiveContinue reading “The Importance of Perspective”
I am deeply passionate about enabling access to career opportunities for all young people and that’s why I’m delighted to be joining the panel discussion at the Birmingham Tech 2030: Growing the diverse talent pipeline’