“The digital leaders programme was immensely valuable…”

“The digital leaders programme was immensely valuable…”

Deborah Millar, the IT director at Salford City College explains how we are helping to transform her world through digital.

Deborah said of the Jisc Digital leaders programme, “it was immensely valuable… it was really reassuring to know that we were all encountering the same sort of things, whether we were from FE or HE, and to see how the work could be embedded in my own college…

The Jisc Digital leaders programme will be running again in May 2017 in Manchester.

Over two residential workshops, we will equip you with the tools, knowledge and skills to:

  • Become a more effective digital leader through your own personal and professional development
  • Explore how organisations can engage more effectively with the digital technology at their disposal – at both strategic and operational levels
  • Discover and reflect on how digital technology is changing the way your organisation operates – creating new leadership challenges and strategic opportunities
  • Learn to lead, manage and influence digitally-driven change across organisations, departments, services and teams.

Aimed at current and aspiring leaders and managers working in higher and further education, our programme is suitable for both individuals or organisational teams.

Early bird rates are available for those booking before 13 March 2017 so act now to secure your place.

Book now 

Further information about the Jisc digital leaders programme can be found on our web site.

We hope you can join us and look forward to welcoming you in May.

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