This page provides anyone who is looking at career options with information about what it's like to work in tech, how digital skills underpin an ever-growing range of roles, and information about the pathways and training routes available to achieve the career they want.

The IT industry is full of new and exciting roles, for example, in cyber, AI and e-sports and gaming (all sectors that are set to grow). There is also a huge range of IT and digital roles within numerous other industries such as music, fashion, media, marketing, design, health and finance - the list goes on with many more new roles yet to be created.

The content provided will support students, career changers, teachers, and careers advisers and will be regularly updated with more careers information and resources.

You can discover more about digital apprenticeships, where you can listen to apprentices talking about their own experiences; find information on digital skills qualifications and training schemes available, from bootcamps through to T-levels; and for teachers and careers advisers, check out our Computing at School resources to support careers advice.

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Hear from real tech professionals working in IT

Check out the webinars below created to give an insight into what different digital careers are like in gaming, digital marketing, cyber security and app development. Watch more careers inspiration webinars

Have you considered an IT apprenticeship?

If you want to work in an exciting role in the technology industry and train at the same time, then a digital apprenticeship could be for you.

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Digital skills to support your career

There are many entry routes for all ages and initiatives from T-Levels, apprenticeships, university, industry certification, with clear progression routes right through to Chartered Professional, the Professional benchmark. Whatever your entry point there is a pathway for you.

Learn more about digital skills programmes