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Whether you want to find out more about digital, learn new skills, or prepare for your career by studying for a degree, we have flexible digital skills courses for you. Visit our course catalogue to browse our online courses and upskill for your future.

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</A partnership for digital transformation>

The Institute of Coding brings together industry, government, higher education and outreach partners to create new courses and provide support that attracts fresh talent into digital careers. Working with our partners, we are breaking down the barriers that discourage people from digital and are providing different, flexible ways to access digital courses and events.

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We value input from a variety of industry partners and use it to create better skills alignment.

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</Education partners>

We are working with educators across the UK to create and deliver flexible learning.

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We are encouraging a larger, more diverse group of learners to explore digital.

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Whether you’ve just finished A-Levels or you’re a manager developing your team, we’ve worked with top employers to design training that matches your needs. Explore our industry-inspired taster sessions, degrees, short courses, and more.

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41% of you told us you think the digital sector lacks role models that represent them.
We're shifting the dial on diversity and exploring the ways you can get into exciting tech careers with amazing partners like @LondonGaymers - click the link in our bio to find out more. #CTRLYourFuture

At our @digi.gxl x #CTRLYourFuture event, coder @rifke.world explained how we've got to teach machines and AI to be unbiased in order to make the industry inclusive.
Be a driving force behind the changes happening and take the next step into tech today. Link in bio to view our available courses 💫

Here at the IoC, we're focused on providing a fresh and disruptive approach to digital learning, with a clear focus on making digital more accessible for learners like you.
Join us on our mission to help reboot the industry and #CTRLYourFuture with one of our courses today - link in bio.

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</Get involved>

Work with us. You’ll be joining the largest national collaboration of universities, businesses and outreach partners focused on digital skills training. Together, we’re creating new learning experiences that fuse the best of the tried and tested with exciting new ideas from the world of education.

How can you help us build a new digital workforce?

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Connect with digital talent and recruit new employees through our network of universities and industry links.

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Boost your digital career prospects by studying with us online, on campus or even at work.

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Develop business focused courses with our network of universities that prepare your students for the digital economy.

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</Outreach Partners>

Work with us to give everyone the opportunity to develop digital skills and kickstart their digital career.

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</More about IoC's latest work>


/University of Bath teams supporting Royal United Hospitals Bath with PPE equipment and resources

Published on 27 March 2020

Teams at the University of Bath are helping staff at the Royal United Hospitals Bath combat coronavirus by offering support including fabricating personal protection equipment. […]

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/Institute of Coding Summer School

22 June 2020, University of Exeter Streatham Campus

The Institute of Coding (IoC) Summer School at Exeter is an opportunity to enhance your digital skills at a summer school designed to introduce you […]

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/How to meet the growing demand for specialist skills

You may have seen the recent headlines that AI, cyber security and data science are emerging areas of importance in the UK. From working directly […]

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/University of Bath – Security and Integrity (MSc Computer Science module)

Develop an understanding of the difficulties of security - everyone wants it but no-one can define it. Analyse the security threats to a proposed design. Propose realistic counter-measures, where available.

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</What are we addressing?>

The Institute of Coding is a £40 million initiative supported by the UK government (via the Office for Students, OfS), education providers and a range of employers.


</Specialists needed>

Highly trained digital specialists are needed in the UK by 2022 to support the digital economy.

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Vacancies are linked to the shortage of digital skills of potential employees.

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Only 17% of the UK tech/ICT workforce are women.

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Computer science students are still unemployed six months after graduating.

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