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/New free online learning platform to boost workplace skills

Published on 28 April 2020

Online platform ‘The Skills Toolkit’ will help people to build their skills during the coronavirus outbreak and beyond. A new online learning platform to help boost the […]

/Coventry University-led consortium awarded £3.7m for new AI and data science courses

Published on 15 April 2020

An Institute of Coding (IoC) consortium led by Coventry University (along with 10 other Higher Education Institutions), has been awarded £3.7m in funding from the Office for […]

/The Institute of Coding launches virtual coding club and IGTV series to invite everyone to be part of a diverse digital future

Published on 9 April 2020

Pioneering developer Rifke Sadleir to host the IoCoding Club on Instagram 15th – 17th April The IoC also launches new IGTV series that addresses some […]

/University of Bath teams supporting Royal United Hospitals Bath with PPE equipment and resources

Published on 27 March 2020

Teams at the University of Bath are helping staff at the Royal United Hospitals Bath combat coronavirus by offering support including fabricating personal protection equipment. […]

/Over half of women workers would consider a digital career if they knew how to retrain, says Institute of Coding research

Published on 3 March 2020

Research from the Institute of Coding and Deloitte has unveiled new insights into what motivates women to study and work in digital. The Institute of […]

/OU digital experts showcase blockchain technology at IoC Conference

Published on 2 March 2020

Tech experts from The Open University pilot blockchain-verified badges at this year’s Institute of Coding (IoC) Conference. The IoC, a coalition of universities and employers […]

/Institute of Coding conference set to spark new thinking about lifelong learning in digital

Published on 18 February 2020

LONDON, 18th February – The Institute of Coding (IoC), a national government-supported initiative designed to respond to the UK’s digital skills gap, is hosting its […]

/Ethical hackers help boost businesses’ digital resilience

Published on 5 February 2020

Computing students from Northumbria University will be testing just how well-prepared local businesses are for potential cyber-attacks by attempting to hack into their IT systems. […]

/Manchester Met partners with Digital Her to encourage more young women to pursue digital careers

Published on 3 February 2020

Manchester – Monday, 3rd February 2020: Digital Her is the latest outreach partner to join the Institute of Coding (IoC) at Manchester Metropolitan University. Manchester […]

/First of its kind Master’s programme to spur next generation of vehicles

Published on 30 January 2020

A first of its kind Master’s course developed jointly by Coventry University and HORIBA MIRA is expected to drive the next generation of connected autonomous vehicles (CAV) development. Coventry […]

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