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A key role for the DPC is to empower and develop our members’ workforces. Our members operate in a competitive and dynamic knowledge environment where roles and responsibilities of staff are constantly changing. It is crucial, therefore, that staff remain informed of, trained in and confident with the new developments and tools which are released and made available. This is particularly important when existing staff are retrained to embrace a new skills set. The DPC addresses this issue by facilitating training and support activities and creating practitioner-focused material and events. We do this in a number of discrete ways:

The DPC Leadership Programme provides grants and scholarships so that appropriate staff can participate in focussed training and development activities that could not be delivered in house

The Digital Preservation Roadshow - providing a condensed introduction to digital preservation issues through case studies and discussion offered through a series of one day events either in member institutions or local to them

The Member Briefing Days and Invitational Events which provide more detailed analysis of specific topics relevant to digital preservation, often associated with Technology Watch Reports

 

 

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