The Institute of Coding (IoC) is a partnership of over 18 universities in England, including Newcastle, Northumbria and Sunderland Universities, who are all working hard to address the digital skills gap.
A key part of the Institute’s purpose is to co-create programmes that are both academically rigorous and fit the needs of a dynamic and rapidly developing industry, so that students, existing professionals, career changers, and those returning to the workplace have the most relevant qualifications, and employers, like you, get the highly skilled workforce they need.
The work we’re doing is relevant to both highly digitised industries, who are seeking to keep their employees skills at the cutting edge, and to those industries who are being propelled into the world of digitisation, and find themselves needing to upskill (new and existing) workers to capably deal with the demands of a rapidly changing digital age.
As such, we are inviting you to join us for collaborative talks with our partners and employers from around the region, to help inform the development of our Degree Apprenticeships and Continuous Professional Development programmes.
We have therefore organised a handful of Industry Partnership Events, which will be held at the Urban Sciences Building, in Newcastle, and we would be delighted to have you join us for one of these informative and collaborative sessions.
Find a session to suit your schedule:
Tue 12th February 5-7pm Evening Reception
Thu 14th February 9-11am Breakfast
Tue 5th March 9-11am Breakfast
Wed 6th March 5-7pm Evening Reception
Simply click here to book into the event which is best for you, and secure your complimentary ticket today.
If you have any questions regarding these events, would like to discuss the IoC further, or if none of the above dates are suitable for you, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be delighted to help you.
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