Skills Development Scotland

Training session for employers wanting to find out more about our Tech Industry in the Classroom resources and guides.

These training sessions will look at the different resources created by Skills Development Scotland for delivery in the classroom ranging from Ethical Hacking, Digital Forensics, Software development and also looking at our Virtual Engagement Best Practice Guide for virtual engagement with learners.

Each session will be different and will cover different topics.

This event is available on 3 days:

Thursday 18th November – 10am until 11.30am (Book here)
What will be covered? Rob the Bank lesson and Best Practice Guide

Tuesday 14th December – 10am until 11.30am (Book here)
What will be covered? NPA Cyber Security content – resources co-created by industry covering the 3 elements of the NPA – Ethical Hacking, Digital Forensics & Data Security.

Thursday 3rd March – 10am until 11.30am (Book here)

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