Skills, Training and Learning 2016 Report

By February 2, 2016TIGA News

TIGA, the network for games developers and digital publishers and the trade association representing the games industry, has proposed that the proceeds of the Government’s new Training Levy should be available to fund a variety of good quality courses and not solely apprenticeships. TIGA made the recommendation in its new publication of a new Report, Skills, Training and Learning 2016. The Report, which is based on a snapshot survey of games development studios, showed that just 13 per cent of respondents supported the introduction of a Training Levy.