Business leaders across the globe list talent as the biggest challenge to managing and growing their business enterprise. Today, there are two times as many job postings for cybersecurity talent today than there are people currently employed in cybersecurity roles, and IT roles are in almost as much demand. So, finding your talent in these areas, especially for mid-level, will be hard to do if you plan to find it in the existing talent. Casting a wider net and considering new ways to find that talent can be daunting, but it’s doable.
Join us in learning how Arizona-based companies, as well as others across the country, have used high-tech apprenticeships to fill roles including SW Developers, Cybersecurity Analysts and IT Business Analysts, among others. You’ll also learn about resources, support and a state-wide initiative that can help you utilize apprenticeship to expand your talent development and acquisition strategies.
|Dr. Tina Drews
Director of Talent Development
Salt River Project (SRP)
Head of Emerging Talent Pipelines
Amazon Web Services (AWS)
VP, Application Development
Total Quality Logistics (TQL)
Talent Leader, New Collar Initiatives
- Hear what compelled companies to try high-tech apprenticeships in IT and cybersecurity
- Learn about the strategies companies used to support training and mentoring of apprentices
- Learn how apprenticeship helped fill mid-level talent needs and “time to effectiveness”
- Learn about education, training and work experience models, along with administrative and potential funding support to help you pilot a high-tech apprenticeship at your company
Who Should Attend:
Hiring leaders, operations managers and anyone in charge of talent development and acquisition.
3:30 – 3:35 p.m. | Welcome remarks
3:35 – 4:00 p.m. | Presentation
4:00 – 4:45 p.m. | Panel Discussion
4:45 – 5:00 p.m. | Q&A
5:00 p.m. | Event ends
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