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/How I got here – Frankie Ward, esports host

Published on 5 December 2019

Our CTRL Your Future campaign has seen us partner with an exciting cross-section of trailblazers from across industries such as fashion, design, activism and beyond. […]

/University learners needed for IoC and Deloitte research

Published on 4 December 2019

It is widely recognised that there is a growing digital skills gap in UK and there are not enough technical specialists to fill current and […]

/The Age Diversity Forum interviews Rachid Hourizi, IoC Director

Published on 27 November 2019

The Age Diversity Forums’ Partnership Manager, Jill Cowles, recently spoke to IoC Director Rachid Hourizi about our new CTRL Your Future campaign and why diversity […]

/CTRL Your Future x DIGI-GXL Event: Hands-on Digital Learning

Published on 14 November 2019

As part of our CTRL Your Future campaign, we collaborated with the DIGI-GXL team to create an event for young women to learn more about […]

/Changing higher education delivery to increase diversity

Published on 13 November 2019

Rachid Hourizi is the Director of the Institute of Coding (IoC). In his Digital Leaders Insights Live webinar on 8th November, he discussed how the […]

/The Institute of Coding joins forces with the Stemettes to challenge perceptions of the digital sector

Published on 12 November 2019

Following the launch of our CTRL Your Future diversity campaign, we’re excited to announce more information about our collaboration with the Stemettes. We are joining […]

/How I got here: Cat Taylor, Founder of DIGI-GXL

Published on 11 November 2019

DIGI-GXL founder Cat Taylor recently partnered with the Institute of Coding to create an event for young people to learn more about digital careers and […]

/8 reasons to get into AI now

Published on 24 October 2019

There are many reasons why the AI industry can offer one of the most rewarding, exciting and fulfilling career paths. Katerina Giannoukou, a Senior Machine […]

/IoC in Wales Degree Apprenticeship student shortlisted for success!

Published on 23 October 2019

We are proud to be celebrating with Max Rochefort-Shugar, a second-year student on the BSc (Hons) Applied Software Engineering Degree Apprenticeship programme at Swansea University.  […]

/Looking at accessible curriculum with Manchester Metropolitan University and diversity experts

Published on 18 October 2019

“Why haven’t I heard this important information before?” asked participants at the Accessible Curriculum Forum, an Institute of Coding event to discuss diversity and inclusivity […]

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