Opportunity to support University’s digital skills project
02 March 2018
An opportunity to support a Leeds Trinity University project to close the digital skills gap in Leeds has arisen.
Tenders are currently being accepted from self-employed individuals and organisations to support the first stage of a project to develop four digital pathways which will be embedded in all degrees at Leeds Trinity University. Students will select one of the four digital pathways to enhance their employability skills and complement their degree skills.
The four pathways are:
- Coding / App Development
- Digital Marketing
- Data Analytics and Online Communities
- Website Design
One consultant will be appointed to each pathway, and will be expected to develop all content, learning materials and assessments for the module. The work is to be undertaken between 9 April and 30 June 2018, with a full timetable available in the tender document.
Anyone interested in carrying out this work, is asked to provide a written quote to Catherine O'Connor, Head of School of Arts and Communication, no later than 12noon on Wednesday 28 March.
Please view the tender document here before submitting your quote.