The scheme, Graduates for a Greater Manchester, is aimed at ensuring that graduate talent stays in the cities it comes from to curb regional brain drain to London.
The report found that 13.7% of employees face high risk of automation at their respective occupations and would require moderate training efforts, of up to a year to up-skill themselves to take up safer roles.
DfE estimates that the courses will help one in five adults who have zero or low basic skills to prosper in an otherwise increasingly digital world.
Museums, galleries, theatres and heritage organisations will be given access to modern technology and digital skills training.
The new programme will give free training to more than 1,0000 young people in digital skills.
As the skills shortage continues to decline, the government has launched a new fund to give businesses the financial boost they need to train workers.
As technology changes, so do the skills a worker needs to flourish in the workplace. Without STEM education businesses of today may not survive tomorrow.
Prime Minister Theresa May reaffirms the UK’s position in the technology industry, pledging to further this with more investment into digital skills and protection across media sites.
Facebook envisions the hubs will improve digital skills and help reduce unemployment across Europe.
A survey, however, found that digital is changing the way they work.