Office workers worried about being left behind in the coming age of robotics and automation or simply wanting a change of career might want to consider enrolling on a digital skills course created by the Institute of Coding (IoC). The government supported initiative, which celebrated its second birthday in January, aims to tackle the UK’s skills gap by providing a range of courses delivered by more than 30 university partners. Many of the 200 plus IoC-created courses are available in flexible formats, including part-time and online, so that learners can study while balancing work and family commitments. In the last two years, more than 32,000 people have enrolled on an IoC-created course.
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