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  • 1. The Sector Skills Council for Business and Information Technology SFIA Conference Presentation 2nd December 2009 Niall Daly e-skills UK Inspire future talent > Support IT professionals > Campaign for the IT nation >
  • 2. The Sector Skills Council for Business and Information Technology What is the market background for the National Skills A d Skill Academy? ? Inspire future talent > Support IT professionals > Campaign for the IT nation >
  • 3. IT Professional workforce dynamics • Th workforce has grown and is forecast to The kf h di f tt continue to grow – 1 1 ili people 1.1.milion l • 43% are in the IT Industry vertical • 57% a e IT Professional in ot e industries 5 % are o ess o a other dust es – Around 141,000 people enter the workforce each year • There has been a shift to higher level skilled g roles over the last 8 years . This trend will continue... – Software professional and managerial roles will be 73% of workforce by 2016 3
  • 4. Employer training behavior- propensity to train Micro businesses Small companies Mid-sized companies Large companies g p Sector average 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 % 4
  • 5. Employer training behavior- Training spend Interpersonal training Business training Technical training 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 % of spend 5
  • 6. Employer training behaviour ( ) p y g (2) • Majority of the training is with private training p g providers – 83% of companies training staff for vendor based use private providers • Main employer concerns about training are.. – Time away from the business – Total cost of training 6
  • 7. Training p g provider market • P i t t i i provider market i worth £450 Private training id k t is th £450m per annum – £350 of thi h b £350m f this has been i t t l d t i i instructor led training – £100m on e-learning – Only 17% of vendor training uses public providers • Training market is highly concentrated with a few major players – Top 20 providers have nearly 80% of the market (by turnover) ) • However the market has shown a significant decline in revenues since late 2008 7
  • 8. Skills in demand • Key areas of skills demand, which are currently well served – Project Management – Generic technical training – Service management • Strategically important/emerging skills demand, g y p g g , which currently not well served – Solutions architecture – Information Management – Business change 8
  • 9. Certifications continue to be in demand • Most popular qualifications – Microsoft – PRINCE2 – ISEB – ITIL – CISCO 9
  • 10. The opportunity is for the Academy to to... • Improve return on investment • Eliminate chaos • Recognise competence 10
  • 11. Whose has been involved? • IT Industry I d t • CIOs • SMEs • Providers – Private – Public • Partners – Content providers – Qualification owners • Government 11
  • 12. What will the Academy offer? • The purpose of the Academy – Employer led p y – Not for profit – Enable professional recognition and progression for the IT workforce – M k it easy t fi d 'b t fit, best quality, b t Make to find 'best fit b t lit best value' learning and qualifications – Create new cost effective learning opportunities 12
  • 13. The Academy model y 13
  • 14. Who will benefit? • IT Professionals through... P f i l th h – Industry recognition for their skills – Id tifi ti of most relevant training Identification f t l tt i i • Employers through... –RRecognition of skills iti f kill – Identify the most appropriate training – Improved Return on Investment • Providers through... –IImproved market positioning d k t iti i – Access to new resources 14
  • 15. The Sector Skills Council for Business and Information Technology Case Study - e-skills professional p g p programme Inspire future talent > Support IT professionals > Campaign for the IT nation >
  • 16. What is the e-skills professional programme • Designed by employers in collaboration with universities • Flexible, fast track and modular development programme programme. • Offers nationally-recognised, high quality development to new IT recruits. 16
  • 17. What does the programme cover 17
  • 18. The Sector Skills Council for Business and Information Technology Where can I learn more? Inspire future talent > Support IT professionals > Campaign for the IT nation >
  • 19. National Skills Academy for IT • For further information and updates please register a www.e-skills.com g 19
  • 20. e-skills professional p g p programme • Contact – Helen Porter • helen.porter@e-skills.com • www.e-skills.com/professionalprogramme www.e skills.com/professionalprogramme 20