Category: Skills

SHU helps SMEs to access higher skills and achieve higher growth

It is now easier for local businesses to navigate the support on offer at Sheffield Hallam University.

Sheffield Hallam University (SHU) has introduced sector specialists to its Higher Skills Higher Growth (HSHG) programme, to work on a one-to-one basis with SMEs who want to access the University’s support services. The programme is mutually beneficial for students and companies; it provides hands-on industry experience for students, and offers businesses the chance to access

Discover speech & language technologies at the UoS

See PhD research, hear from leading practitioners, and find out how you can innovate in speech and language tech, at an online event next week.

The UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Speech and Language Technologies (SLT) and their Applications is a collaboration between UKRI (the UK’s national academic research funder), The University of Sheffield, and industry partners. Through an eight year funding period, approximately 60 PhD students across five cohorts will complete a unique four year training programme

Institute of Technology bid asks: What are your skills gaps?

Share your views about how new education provision in the region could support your business’s future growth.

What is an Institute of Technology (IoT)? The Department of Education, IoT Wave 2 prospectus gives the following description: “IoTs are a new type of institution, with a prestigious and distinct identity delivering higher level technical education with a clear route to high skilled employment. IoTs will strengthen and grow provision to help bridge a

Introducing the Sheffield Digital Mentoring Scheme

Our new scheme will help Individual Members to develop and achieve their career goals.

Why mentoring? After consulting with our Individual Members about what they wanted from their membership, we could see there was demand to create a scheme where people could develop themselves and work towards a career goal. And what better way to do that than tapping into the wealth of knowledge and experience that exists among