By partnering with us, you will not only be investing in the wellbeing of Britain’s medium and long-term future, but also firmly establish your organisation’s ongoing success.
As more and more organisations desperately search for individuals who possess that priceless and critical ‘x-factor’, it’s becoming increasingly clear that Degrees, MBAs and Doctorates are no longer enough to guarantee success in today’s digital age.
Rather than the norms of knowledge and theory, most companies desire employees that are able to innovate, find solutions to problems, and think creatively.
The ability to thrive in the digital space is no longer a ‘wish’, but a ‘must’ for most companies. And we’re sure you agree yours is no different.
This is your opportunity to realign and address your company’s future.
We aim to provide every young student of every school in the United Kingdom, the opportunity to learn and develop programming skills, thereby empowering children, organisations, and the nation as a whole, to thrive in both today, and tomorrow’s world.
But we need your help to achieve this very necessary and critical goal.
You can partner with us by providing resources that will further impact our programmes; such as hardware, software, practical facilities, and even guest-lecturing – nothing brings inherent abilities and skills to life so much as hands-on, practical learning.
Why Guest Lecturing?
Because it gives you an insight into the strengths and weaknesses of Britain’s young pupils; thereby enabling you to identify the necessary areas to invest, in order to overcome challenges of tomorrow.
Benefits To Your Organisation
In return, not only will you have access to the innovators of tomorrow, but by partnering with us, you guarantee the strengthening of your brand, and the positioning of your company as an authority in the digital space.
Furthermore, we will naturally help you to promote and sell your products and services.
Finally, you will have access to, and usage of our renowned IDEAS Bus (in itself a vehicle for tech development and innovation). The IDEAS Bus will enable you to take your products across the nation in a fun, engaging, and imaginative fashion.
Student: Hello, my name is Neel and I go to Field End Junior school.
Alex: Okay. What was your favorite thing about the coding club so far?
Neel: Learning new different commands and typing out really long codes.
Alex: would you go and learn any other coding languages?
Neel: Yes! java script, java, how to use a language in different way.
Alex: Okay. Would you sign up to the Intermediate Course next term?
Alex: What sort of things would you like to learn there?
Neel: I hope to learn how to make new games, program robots
Alex: When you leave school what industry do you want to into?
Neel: I am not that sure.
Alex: What do you want to do when you get older?
Neel: programmer / engineer
Before relocating to the United Kingdom in August 2017, Segun was a Business Development and Customer Service consultant in Africa and recognised as one of the leading personal development coaches – coaching over 5,000 executives over a seven-year period. He co-designed and implemented the eighteen-month Guests Services Turn-Around Project for one of Africa’s largest and most prestigious hotels – Eko Hotel & Suites, Lagos, Nigeria.
Working in hospitality over 20yrs and the marketing sector for 10 yrs and witnessing the evolution of the digital world made me realise, the importance of the computing skills. As a father of two I recognised the advantages of the digital education in the early ages. Which is positively affects our children development in so many areas like problem solving, grammar, collaboration with others and building confidence.
Pragna is an IT graduate with over 20 years IT-industry experience with a passion for technology and teaching.
Pragna is currently heading up the Coding Club Team as Operations Manager and is focused on achieving high levels of customer satisfaction and providing end to end customer service, with extensive experience of leading and motivating Teams.
What can you expect?