SAIT merges ICT, SADT schools to develop new tech talent pipeline

SAIT Polytechnic has announced that it will be creating a new tech talent pipeline by merging its School of Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) with its School for Advanced Digital Technology (SADT). Through the merger, SAIT aims to enhance its goal of producing tech-savvy graduates who are ready to get hired with industry partners. “This kind of evolution will continue to open up doors for more growth of new applied programs, that are on-time and on-demand, as needed, while continuing to be recognized by employers as meeting their immediate and longer-term talent needs,” said Dean of SADT Dr Raynie Wood. “That’s where we’re going, and it will be an exciting journey!” SAIT (1)| SAIT (2) Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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