How Businesses can get involved

There is a digital skills gap in our economy and therefore businesses can play their part in supporting National Coding Week
Why not shout about what you are doing within your business. For example you might be taking time to re-skill employees or existing employees may be showcasing or sharing their skills.

Don’t forget to share what you are doing with us on social media using the #NationalCodingWeek or tag us in a photo @codingweek
Why not offer your skills to Libraries, CodeClubs or Schools? Simply offering a careers talk to help inspire the next generation or showing some basic digital skills to help get people started may be all that’s required.
1 Support your local hackathon

2 create some resources to share with the wider world for National Coding Week

3 offer to run a short course at a local venue (one hour / two hours will be fine) offer to run a short course at a local venue (one hour / two hours will be fine)

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Helen from The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has kindly provided us with a thought-provoking blog for NationalCoding Week.

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Helen from The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has kindly provided us with a thought-provoking blog for NationalCoding Week.   National Coding Week celebrates how software

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