- Continue to deliver support through skills and awareness training which enhances digital in the delivery of learning and identify opportunities for doing more.
- Continue to deliver extensive IT and digital apprenticeship provision in Wales at sub-degree and degree level.
- Review existing Regional Skills Partnership work, such as Covid-19 reports, for intelligence on digital skills requirements in Wales.
- Continue to roll out the Personal Learning Account programme which delivers digital courses to employed individuals who want to upskill or reskill to improve their career and earnings prospects.
- Continue to support schools to deliver digital competence as a cross-curricular skill at the heart of the curriculum for Wales and prepare learners to be good and effective digital citizens, enhancing their career and work-related opportunities.
- Continue to support schools with the Digital Professional Learning Journey and help leaders, teachers and learners develop the skills, knowledge and behaviours, including keeping them safe online.
- Consider the key issues and priorities for digital and blended learning in the Further Education and Adult Community Learning sectors and opportunities to build on progress achieved during the Covid-19 pandemic.
- Develop support for digital bootcamps through innovation funding.
- Run pilot for a new digital Shared Apprenticeship project and evaluate outcomes.
- Work with Regional Skills Partnerships to shape their work on digital skills as they develop a digital skills annex to their upcoming three-year employment and skills plans, ensuring alignment with policy requirements.
- Expand the range of new digital qualifications for delivery through Personal Learning Accounts.
- Review and evolve the digital competence framework to ensure learners across Wales can thrive in a constantly changing world.
- Review and evolve the effectiveness of the Digital Professional Learning Journey to ensure leaders, teachers and learners have the skills, knowledge and attitudes that will enable them to confidently and creatively use digital and technology.
- Review and consider the content of apprenticeships to ensure they remain relevant to employer needs. This will include consideration of expanding the content to meet needs identified by public sector organisations.
- Continue to work with Regional Skills Partnerships to further strengthen their approach to capturing digital skills requirements and driving up employer investment in digital skills.