Mark Greatrix, Associate Director at Waldeck will speak at the launch of a new Industrial Digitalisation project which is set to serve the innovation needs of major industries.
The project, led by the University of Lincoln with direct input from industry partners, aims to identify and close skills gaps in digital literacy across a variety of employment sectors, including engineering.
As part of the launch on Monday 14th May, Mark will talk to the audience about how digital technologies and their advances are affecting our business and the industry we work in.
Waldeck, alongside other industry experts will help to align the teaching curriculum in STEM subjects at Lincoln University with the current and future digital skills needs of specific industries, ensuring a pipeline of digitally-literate, industry-ready graduates.
Mark Greatrix, Associate Director, said: “We are delighted to be part of such a great initiative which responds to the Government’s Industrial Strategy and Made Smarter review.
“As a technology-focused engineering consultancy, we are looking forward to sharing our expert knowledge in the field of digital to ultimately achieve the project goal of equipping more graduates and workers with the cutting-edge digital skills that can drive forward the workforce of tomorrow.”
If you would like to attend the event you can register here.