We offer courses in three key digital areas:
Our courses are designed to give you the skills needed to succeed in today’s digital world. With our help, you can make sure that your skills are up-to-date and in line with industry standards.
The courses are part-accredited by NCFE, a UK-based awarding organisation, so you can be sure you are getting quality training.
Are you looking to bridge the gap between your current skillset and your goals? Our digital training courses provide you with the opportunity to develop the skills necessary to reach your potential. At the end of the course, learners who are not currently in work will also have a guaranteed job interview, so you can put your new skills into practice straight away.
The programme is a great way for you to invest in your employees and future-proof your business. By providing relevant, up-to-date training in the most in-demand digital skills, you can ensure your team are equipped with the knowledge and expertise needed to stay ahead of the competition. Investing in your team’s training is an investment in your business’s future.
Our Skills Bootcamps in Digital are online courses. The courses are delivered over 12 weeks. Online courses provide flexibility. Employed learners can manage their learning alongside their job and unemployed learners alongside their day to day life.
Each course has 120 hours of guided learning and 30 hours independent study.
You may be eligible to apply for a Skills Bootcamp if you:
Must be available for online tutorial sessions on the following dates and times:
If you claim Universal Credit, you can apply and continue to claim benefits.
Skills Bootcamps are fully funded for learners (by the Department for Education).
If a learner is unemployed, they can apply for a Skills Bootcamp if they meet the eligibility criteria, at no cost to them.
If a learner is working, and wants to reskill into a digital role, they do not need to be sponsored their employer to take part in a bootcamp.
If a learner is working in a digital role and applies to upskill, their employer may have to pay a small portion of the course fee.