</Keep learning from home>
The Institute of Coding brings together industry, government, higher education and outreach partners to create new courses and engage a diverse group of people into digital careers. Working with our partners, we have created a variety of online courses so you can keep learning from home.
</Find out more about digital>
Looking to learn more about digital, try something new, upskill or refresh? Check out our series of short and free courses, developed by the University of Leeds and hosted on Futurelearn.
</Develop new digital skills>
Looking to develop more advanced digital skills, like network security and artificial intelligence? Our partners offer courses that provide more in-depth learning that can be taken as a one-off, or can lead to further study.
Artificial Intelligence: Distinguishing Between Fact and Fiction
How well do you understand artificial intelligence (AI)? Explore how to separate the reality from the hype on this free,…
</Prepare for your career>
Our partners also offer several undergraduate and graduate degree programmes that will help you prepare for a career in the digital sector.
</Discover IoC Courses>
Whether you are new to digital, expanding your skills or are a manager upskilling 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. We offer courses that are online, in person and a blend of the two.View our courses
</More about IoC's latest work>
/The IoC wins six national and international awards for the CTRL Your Future campaign
Published on 16 November 2020
The Institute of Coding’s (IoC) diversity and inclusion campaign has now won a total of six awards for its inspiring content and partnerships that aim […]
/How Training in Digital Skills can help your business innovate
30 November 2020, Online event
With COVID-19, the need for organisations to innovate has never been higher. Yet many businesses need more digital skills to help bring new and innovative […]