As part of the newly-established Hartree National Centre for Digital Engineering (HNCDI), Simeon Clow, Business Development Manager at Hartree Centre, Science and Technology Facilities Council, highlights to Liverpool Law Society members the EXPLAIN work stream.
All EXPLAIN courses are FREE to attend, with the only cost being the time needed to participate in the training activity and the expectation that you will participate in feedback and impact surveys/activities where requested throughout the life of the programme.
Our EXPLAIN training offering is application focused, designed to enable individuals and businesses to take full advantage of digital technologies to enhance processes within their organisation and provide the skills that enable them to thrive in a digital economy. It will provide practical skills development in advanced digital technologies with a focused programme and regional delivery partners to ensure attendees can learn flexibly; our training model is built with industry in mind. Whether they’re looking to get to grips with the basics or searching for new tools and techniques to apply, EXPLAIN will support both self-directed online learning and face-to-face practical sessions with certification. HNCDI
HNCDI is a new collaborative programme that will enable businesses to acquire the skills, knowledge and technical capability required to adopt digital technologies like supercomputing, data analytics, artificial intelligence (AI) and quantum computing for productivity, innovation and economic growth.
HNCDI is structured in to four work streams, each with a unique purpose that is interlinked to complement activities across the programme.
• EXPLORE: Applying digital and AI technologies to industry challenges
• EXCELERATE: Embedding digital solutions across industry
• EMERGING TECHNOLOGY: Driving future investment decisions into emerging technologies like quantum computing
• EXPLAIN: Accessible high performance computing, data analytics and AI training with industry context
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