Teachers and Lecturers

Enhance your professional development and find resources to make your students enthusiastic about technology with e-skills UK.

It’s not always easy to keep up with what’s happening in IT and technology. At 
e-skills UK, our programmes help you stay up-to-date. Plus, we work with employers to help enrich the IT curriculum in schools, colleges and universitites – and to help you make IT more interesting for young people.

Find out more about what we do for teachers and what we do for HE/FE lecturers

How we make a difference

Our initiatives and programmes are having a big impact on teachers, lecturers and students.

CC4G

CC4G’s after-school clubs are helping to redress the gender imbalance in IT. CC4G inspires girls aged 10-14 to consider IT-related futures by bringing technology to life.
Inspire your students with CC4G

Make IT Happy

Make IT Happy is an annual competition which is supported by MPs and encourages primary schools to explore the opportunities of IT and the internet.
Find out more about Make IT Happy

Behind the Screen

Behind the Screen is re-designing the IT curriculum for young people in England, and developing new, rigorously assessed GCSEs and A-levels.
Find out more about Behind the Screen

BigAmbition and Bring IT On NI

Our BigAmbition careers websites for England, Scotland and Wales and our Bring IT On website for NI help get students across the UK excited about technology.
Find out more about BigAmbition and Bring IT On NI

Information Technology Management for Business (ITMB) degree

The IMTB degree is running in 12 universities with 850 students. Over 60 employers support the ITMB, including Accenture, Capgemini and Deloitte.
Find out more about the ITMB

e-Placement Scotland

University students and graduates are improving their employability with our Internship programme.
Find out more about placements for undergraduates in Scotland

Apprenticeships

More than 6,500 people completed an IT and telecoms apprenticeship in 2011.
Find out more about Apprenticeships

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