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TechSkills, a techUK company, brings together employers and educators to develop the digital talent industry needs. Our mission is to create and promote industry-valued pathways into digital careers.

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About TechSkills

TechSkills is a not-for-profit, employer-led organisation, responsible for Tech Industry Gold, the industry accreditation for education and training relevant to digital and tech careers. We are recognised as a Professional, Statutory and Regulatory Body (PSRB) for the accreditation of degrees.

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Jacqueline de Rojas
TechSkills, in partnership with techUK, is committed to opening doors and creating opportunities for all. Economic recovery must have digital jobs at its heart and strive to empower people from every walk of life with the skills they need to prepare for what comes next.

Jacqueline de Rojas

President, techUK


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Kelly Nicholls

Kelly Nicholls

CEO, TechSkills

Kelly joined techUK in November 2021 and is CEO of TechSkills.

Kelly brings to the organisation extensive experience in senior leadership roles.

Earlier in her career, she founded and ran a successful small company in the creative sector for many years and has experience as a Trustee of an educational charity.

Kelly's vision is for TechSkills to increase its reach and impact to more learners and for the business to play an integral role in creating pathways to digital careers and providing the industry with the talent they desperately need.

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020 7331 2000

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Building the Smarter State | 29 September | Book now


The eighth edition of our flagship public services conference, Building the Smarter State, will take place at The Royal Society on Thursday 29 September. 

Speakers and delegates will explore how we better utilise data and emerging technologies to meet societal challenges of net-zero and upskill the workforce to sustain and deliver digital services that meet the needs of citizens.