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With the IoC, you can challenge your perceptions of the digital sector and reboot the system. Because regardless of who you are or where you come from, digital has a place for you. Whether your passion lies in gaming, fashion, activism or beyond, we’re on a mission to show the exciting opportunities to get involved in the digital industry.

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We’ve teamed up with some of the digital industry’s trailblazers to showcase inspiring examples of people shifting the dial on diversity in this field. Our trailblazers are a group of creators and change-makers who are making digital inclusive for all and restarting the system along the way.

As part of this award-winning campaign, we’ve rolled out events, panel talks, workshops and short films – showing the real, accessible opportunities in digital and calling for more people like you to get involved in digital via higher education. And we have some exciting things coming up in the future.

Once you have made the decision to pursue digital, we can help you. We offer a flexible and exciting range of digital skills courses that will give you the skills you need for today’s jobs.

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The IoC wins six national and international awards for the CTRL Your Future campaign

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 […]


The IoC is reaching new audiences with the award-winning CTRL Your Future campaign

The Institute of Coding’s (IoC) diversity and inclusion campaign wins award for inspiring content that has reached a large and diverse group of learners.  The […]


Q&A with Debbie Forster MBE, #DigitalRoleModel and CEO of Tech Talent Charter

In this blog, Debbie Forster MBE tells us about her digital skills journey and what inspired her to co-create Tech Talent Charter. The IoC is […]

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5 fun facts about coding that we hope will blow your mind 🤯

1. There are over 700 programming languages to choose from
2. The world's first computer programmer was a renowned female mathematician - Ada Lovelace, which is why we celebrate Ada Lovelace Day
3. The first-ever computer game, Spacewar, made zero profit for its team of creators. Also the computer with this game on would've been the size of a car!
4. The first computer 'bug' was an actual real-life bug. Admiral Grace Hooper discovered a moth stuck in relay which was hindering the computers performance
5. The first computer virus wasn't designed to be harmful. Programmer Fred Cohen was known for designing anti-virus software and in order to prove it was needed, he came up with a computer virus that was able to seize a computer, make copies of itself and then spread from unit to unit.

Do you have any more fun facts? Pop them in the comments below #NationalCodingWeek

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Want to know one of the biggest reasons why people get jobs in #tech?

Yep, it's the money 💰 Here are some of the average salaries for tech roles in the UK.

And the best part is, you could do one of our FREE #SkillsBootcamps and kickstart you career in tech. Click the link in our bio to find out more.

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