Local Digital Skills Partnerships (Local DSPs) bring together businesses, charities, and public sector organisations to tackle local digital skills challenges. Supported by the DSP
, these partnerships are working to build thriving and inclusive local economies.
The Local Digital Skills Partnership in Lancashire was launched in Lancashire
on 18 April last year and Kerry is now 3 months into her role.
“I see my role as bringing together the right partners to take forward the vision and local priorities for improving digital skills within Lancashire, capitalising on the opportunities developed by the national-level Digital Skills Partnership and introductions from DCMS.
So much good work already happens in Lancashire and the Local DSP helps to bring partners together to fill gaps. It’s my job to share knowledge and opportunities, and join the dots between existing good practice and those in need of support and development. Growing the number of people, businesses and providers in our partnership will continue to strengthen the work that takes place now.”
It’s great to have you on board Kerry!