The Digital Futures Graduate Programme has been funded through the Department for the Economy’s Skills Intervention Programme and will be delivered by the Further Education Sector. If you’re a graduate and have been impacted by coronavirus (COVID-19), this programme could suit you.
What is the Digital Futures Graduate Programme?
This 22 week programme will match you with a NI employer and allow you to inject new ideas and thinking into business. You will be paid a £150 per week training allowance and complete qualifications in
- MTA Network fundamentals
- CompTIA Linux
- CompTIA Security Plus
- CompTIA Pen testing
If you are a graduate and are looking to progress your career then the Digital Futures Graduate Programme is for you! It doesn't matter when you graduated or what your background is, as long as you are a highly motivated individual with career aspirations in Cyber Security then we want to hear from you. We will consider those who have graduated with a HND, Foundation Degree or Degree, as long as you are ambitious and interested in a career in Cyber Security.
22-week Programme with 10 week placement
15 hrs per week virtual learning
10-week work placement with an employer and real-life industry experience
Invaluable industry experience
Get a training allowance of £150 per week
Increase earning potential
On-site mentoring and support from a professional mentor
Open to all graduates
Gain a number of highly sought after cyber security qualifications
Opportunity to secure full-time employment
Am I eligible for the programme?
To be eligible for the programme you must:
How do I apply?
For further information you can also contact firstname.lastname@example.org