The future is digital

January – April 2020

Croydon schools digital careers roadshow

Croydon Council is embarking on a tech careers roadshow for secondary schools across the borough.

The roadshow aims to raise awareness and aspirations in digital technology, demonstrating to young people how future jobs and careers are changing, the different tech and digital skills needed for these careers as well as where and how to access tech skills.

The roadshow will bring assemblies and workshops to children aged 11 to 18 (year 7 to 13) and showcase careers in technology and digital fields.

Croydon students age 13-18: register here for updates on our free digital skills events

Fill in the form below for updates on workshops, upcoming tech competition and our digital careers and skills day.

Launching soon

10 June 2020, Fairfield Halls, Croydon

Education Evolution Conference

We are working with Caterham School, LOTI and Ada National Digital College to bring the Education Evolution Conference to Croydon in 2020. Disruptive technologies and the digital world are changing the future of jobs and careers as we know them.

The conference will bring together education and industry leaders to look at how schools and colleges can prepare young people for the future of work.

September 2020

Digital careers and skills day

Following our Croydon schools digital roadshow, the digital careers and skills day will give our school children the chance to take part in a various digital and technology workshops.

We will demonstrate how future jobs and careers are changing in the new digital world, the tech and digital skills needed for these careers, as well as how to get the skills needed for this new career landscape.

November 2020

Solve a social challenge to win a skills experience at Amazon HQ

In partnership with Amazon Web Services and Careers Colleges Trust, Croydon school children will have the opportunity to develop a solution to a social challenge using digital technology. Finalists will be invited to Amazon’s HQ to present their solutions to Amazon.

Keep an eye on this blog for details of the competition launch