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Digital Skills Bootcamps Information Webinar



RegisterNorthumbria University is delivering two distinct part-time Skills Bootcamps from January 2022 as part of its role in the Institute of Coding (IoC). These 12-week programmes in Data Science and Software Development (both with Microsoft Certification) are open to applicants across the UK and are designed to fill well-documented digital skills gaps in the country.

This information webinar will give employers and independent learners the chance to find out more about the programmes, who they are suitable for, what key skills they will teach and advice on the application process. There will also be the opportunity to hear employers supporting their staff through the programme, as well as those currently taking part in the bootcamps talk about their experiences and the benefits they are seeing.


Welcome from Charlie MacDowall, Engagement Lead

Introduction to the bootcamps from Professor Paul Vickers, Programme Lead

Overview of the course content by Dr. Kay Rogage – creator of the bootcamps

Overview of the logistics and delivery by Peter Routledge, Director at Whitefrog

Case study – hear the experiences of an employer and their employees



Please complete the form below or via the link above to register your place on the webinar. Upon registration you will automatically receive an email with details on how to join our virtual event.

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