Working with education
and employment authorities
Developing transferable digital
skills for the millennial generation
Providing our professional partners
with a workforce who are work ready
The Tinder Foundation reported that already almost 90% of new jobs require digital skills, with 72% of employers stating that they are unwilling to interview candidates who do not have basic IT skills.
Many young people are leaving education without the vital digital skills that employers require. FDM Group (an IT Graduate employer) explains:
Current teaching in universities is devoid of commercial reality and does not have a strong enough commercial aspect. Graduates are emerging from degrees with a broad knowledge of IT Theory but no in-depth technical understanding of particular disciplines or the professional skills needed for a career in the sector.
The GoHustle digital and employability training program is built to enable our students to learn these skills by focusing on three core subjects that cover development of basic technical skills through to online and offline communication and how to commercialise their technical knowledge.
Working with a network of professional partners we open up opportunities for our graduates to secure employment at the end of the course. This is an entirely free service for our students and our partners where the GoHustle Professional Partners are able to choose from our incredible pool of bright, talented young people that are now fully prepared for the workplace.