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  • Early tech career network
  • Decline in study of computer science and ICT by GCSE students
  • techUK launch guide showing the pathways into the tech sector

    techUK wants to promote tech careers and make the case for an inclusive and open sector, regardless of age, background or education. This website offers a clear introduction to the variety of routes that can be taken into tech, bringing information together in one place to help people find a route that works for them.

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  • Early Tech Career Network: Cyber Security Summer event, 11 July 2019

    The main purpose of the network is to connect with others who are also new to the sector and network to build up a platform for support.

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  • Decline in study of computer science and ICT by GCSE students

    A new study by the University of Roehampton has shown that computing in schools is in decline.

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Your Journey into Tech


Often there is a lack of awareness of the diversity of career opportunities in the digital sector and how to get to them. Find here our careers pathways guide.

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techUK Skills & Diversity Council


The Council looks at ways to shift the dial on diversity and inclusion in the tech sector, by developing best practices that improve the recruitment of diverse individuals.

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Women in Tech


By encouraging women to enter and thrive in the tech industry at all levels we become more robust, more competitive and more innovative.

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Programme Actions


Digital skills are the fundamental building blocks of a world-leading digital economy. It is only with cutting-edge talent that the UK can be a leader in tech.

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Get involved


Whether you are part of the tech industry or the wider skills and diversity community, there are many benefits to participating in our programme.

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Returners Hub


A one-stop-shop for people looking to return to work.

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Early Tech Career Network


Established to bring together individuals at member companies who are new to the tech sector to network, share experiences and learn about specific tech.

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