We host monthly sessions to celebrate the activity taking place across the coalition. These sessions are an opportunity share recent progress and to answer your questions.
To catch up on sessions from last year – head to our 2020 page here.
What’s next: FutureDotNow Fest 2021
This spring we’re doing something a little bit different, head to our FutureDotNow Fest page for more information.
You can also sign up below to hold the dates in your diary for future meets:
Catch up on previous meets
FutureDotNow Playbook working session
We’re all about co-creation! In March, we mixed things up a little and ran a quickfire workshop on the FutureDotNow Playbook. There were some fantastic discussions in our breakout rooms around how we can make the Playbook even better.
In our February coalition meeting this month, we discussed the importance of having a human-centric approach to digital – especially when considering your own employees and their learning. We had brilliant speakers from both Barclays and Microsoft who will be discussed their experiences in this space.
FutureDotNow Playbook beta launch
FutureDotNow’s first coalition call of 2021 – we heard from NFCE, Skills Forward and saw FutureDotNow’s new Skills Playbook.
We heard from our speakers, NCFE and Skills Forward about what they are doing to support newly-made qualifications for Essential Digital Skills, and how your organisations can get involved and share best practice.
FutureDotNow has also created a Playbook and we were excited to share it with you in this session. If you’d like to know more about the FutureDotNow Playbook, take a look at the dedicated Playbook page here!
The December coalition meeting welcomed founding partner Lloyds Banking Group, BetheBusiness, Microsoft and Department for Education.
Annual Event 2020
The June coalition meeting focused on the essential digital skills and how those skills can be delivered to your organisation.
Digital Skills Week – May 2020
Our first virtual coalition meeting was hosted on April 17 and covered a whole host of topics, including the latest from our large employers engagement, an insight into Oliver Wyman’s motivation research and an update on the DevicesDotNow initiative.