</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.
/The IoC and our projects
We’re a large national consortium of educators, employers and outreach organisations that is committed to co-developing new courses and activities that will help a larger and more diverse group of learners into digital careers. We were launched in January 2018 in response to the UK’s digital skills gap, with £20-million in funding from the Office for Students.
We’ve now expanded the project to include the Industrial Masters for Artificial Intelligence programme (IMAI), which is led by the Office for Artificial Intelligence. We’ll continue to grow in 2020 with the inclusion of more digital projects.
We’re focused on providing a fresh and disruptive approach to digital learning that incorporates industry input at all points and keeps the focus on diversity and inclusion. 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>
/Entrepreneur in Residence’s Top Tips for Digital Student Enterprises
Published on 28 May 2020
Written by Dr Helen Barber, (Senior Project Manager for IoC Sheffield) At the University of Sheffield (TUoS), one of our Royal Society Entrepreneurs in Residence […]
/Institute of Coding to host free ‘Do Good with Digital’ workshop for young women
Published on 25 May 2020
The IoC is partnering with Sisterhood to launch a one-day digital workshop for young women on Saturday 30th May 16-18-year olds will get a chance […]
/#TechUpOnTour: IoC Conference 2020
Published on 19 May 2020
By EmJay Nicholas, Team TechUpWomen Administrator It was a bright and early start for Team #TechUpWomen last week, as we made our way to London […]