- Create a responsible outplacement culture
- Provide high-value training as part of the exit package
- Accelerate redundancy candidates transition into new roles
- Reputationally robust people-centred policy
- Provide industry-relevant training to remote workers
- Equip remote workers with coding and developer skills
- Expand remote workers’ skillsets to enhance their function
- Deliver L&D objectives to remote teams
- Create a fully diverse workforce
- Broad-spectrum of talent and abilities can learn to code
- Benefit from a better balance of gender, age, background and abilities
- Enhance business outcomes
As part of their corporate restructuring process, ING included reskilling opportunities for those whose jobs were being made redundant to help them make a swift transition into another job. Find out how Arjan van der Meij made the change from his former role in ING to a new career in Cybersecurity.
Remote Worker Pathway
Anna Greaves had taken time out to care for her family until a sudden change in circumstance necessitated her becoming the primary breadwinner in the family. Find out how Code Institute helped her to train as a software developer with the skills to work remotely as part of a team.
Diversity & Inclusion
Achieving a balance of backgrounds, gender, age and abilities is a challenge that businesses have to address. Code Institute’s supported online learning model enables people from a diverse set of backgrounds and abilities to learn how to code. Read the Central Bank’s report, Behavior and Culture of the Irish Retail Banks, which addresses the importance of diversity in managing risk, PCF and reducing group-think in financial institutions.
Maximise Your Team's Talent
Join a growing culture of developing coding skills within your internal and remote teams. Speak with Mark, Head of Digital Transformations today.