Smallpeice Trust and GCHQ offer free course to 16-17 year olds
The Smallpeice Trust has partnered with the GCHQ security agency to to inspire, engage and enlist a generation of teenage tech wizards by creating a series of unique FREE courses across the UK.
Taking place in the summer at six leading Universities, the four day CyberFirst Futures Residential courses will offer 16-17 year olds (Year 12/ S6) students the opportunity to work closely with experts from the GCHQ, The Smallpeice Trust and academia - gaining an insight into the importance of cyber security and to learn first-hand experience in defending against a cyber-attack. Details of the courses can be found by clicking on the links below:
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Students must be British nationals and have 5 GCSEs grade C or above (must include Maths and Science).
The cyber sector has seen great investment in recent years and the UK now earns £2bn in cyber security exports. This emerging sector is driving the need for new recruits with good Maths and STEM skills, as cyber security will become a key component for many businesses and individuals.
Places are FREE (50 places per location) and will be allocated on a first come basis provided the criteria is met.
If you have any questions, please contact the team on 01926 333203 or email firstname.lastname@example.org