</The IoC Mission>
Our mission is to break down barriers to digital learning and employment. We believe learning should be a lifelong process and that everyone has a right to improve their skills. We want to spread opportunity by offering access to education, providing what you need, when you need it, in a place you can reach.
/Who are we?
We’re a growing family of 33 universities and more than 81 employers across England and Wales – from Newcastle and Sunderland in the North East, through Manchester, Birmingham, Cardiff and London, to Exeter in the South West.
As an initiative funded by the Department for Education via the Office for Students, we work with different areas of the government including:
- The Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport
- The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
- The Office for AI
To reach more learners, we listen to outreach organisations on our Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Board. To understand what businesses need, we rely on leading advice from organisations like techUK on our Industry Advisory Board.
Together, we’re creating a change in the way we equip people with digital skills. Talk to us to discover how you can help us achieve our mission.Join us
</From the news room>
/National Coding Week 2019 – Coding for Everyone
Published on 16 September 2019
The Institute of Coding (IoC) is celebrating National Coding Week, a volunteer-led event founded in 2014 which aims to help build people’s confidence and skills […]
/Meet Rafael – computing graduate, digital bootcamp attendee and work-ready employee
Published on 21 August 2019
Rafael is from Cyprus – he moved to the UK to complete a degree in computing and is now studying a Master’s in cyber security. […]
/Institute of Coding launches online catalogue of digital courses
Published on 19 August 2019
London, Monday, 19th August 2019: The Institute of Coding (IoC), a government-funded national consortium of educators, employers, outreach groups and professionals formed to respond to […]
/Teaching Games Development for Secondary Schools – Cohort 2
2 October 2019
An introduction to teaching Games Development for secondary school teachers or educators in informal settings who teach this topic to learners of ages 11 to […]Event Details