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Digital upskilling refers to the process of teaching individuals new digital competencies or improving their existing digital skills to help them adapt to the evolving digital landscape, which could include anything from basic computer literacy to advanced data analysis or coding skills.

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Evidence House

Evidence House

10 Downing Street

Evidence House is a Downing Street-led initiative, working with collaborators including ONS Data Science Campus, Evaluation Task Force, Modernisation and Reform Unit, Go Science and National Situation Centre.


An upskilling initiative "to equip 1,000 adults from low-income backgrounds with the tools and skills they need to become software engineers and thrive in tech careers."

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