2023 Digital Skills survey

2023 Digital Skills survey

The digital technology sector in Aotearoa is one of the fastest growing segments of our economy and has been a critical source of domestic economic growth. Given the pace of change internationally and the competition globally for those with technology skills, growing and upskilling the technology workforce is an urgent priority.

We are now calling upon Tech firms, businesses and employers to come forward and provide valuable insight into skills and training needs for the digital technology sector.

Together with the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, Ministry of Social Development, Ministry of Education, and NZTech – Toi Mai WDC are conducting an online survey to identify the digital tech skills needed by organisations in New Zealand that employ digital technology workers. The survey aims to gather valuable information from industry to ensure the right skills are developed at the right time, alongside the skills pipeline from entry to career progression.

The Digital Technologies Industry Transformation Plan points out that to enable scaling up and transformation of the state of skills in the digital tech industry, significant commitment, investment, and contribution from all stakeholders – Government, industry, and the education sector, is needed.

Key information about the Digital Tech Skills Survey:

The online survey will take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete.
Responses will remain confidential and will be reported as summaries.
We ask that the most senior person in your organisation complete the survey on behalf of your company, or most senior relevant person.
The digital tech skills survey is open for responses/feedback and can be accessed via the following link https://bit.ly/3BOSEZ1 or by scanning the QR code provided.