On behalf of the Department for Education, Lloyds Bank will be launching the third benchmark of the Essential Digital Skills report.
Last year the findings provided a snapshot of the UK’s digital skills before the UK national lockdown. This year’s measure of the UK’s Essential Digital Skills Framework will build on the findings from the Lloyds Bank Consumer Digital Index published earlier this year.
Discover how the pandemic has impacted not just the fundamental tasks needed to access the online world, but the digital skills needed to succeed in everyday life and the workplace. For the first time, the report will also include data on device ownership, usage and connectivity.
Join us on Friday 24th September 11:30 – 12:30 for the third instalment of the Essential Digital Skills report. This is a free, virtual event, but places are limited.
Please register to secure your place.
We hope you can join us on the 24th September, more information will be communicated nearer the time.