Throughout July and August Qufaro will be virtually talking at Cyber First Summer Programme Sessions. All Cyber First participants will be able to take advantage of attending our sessions and find out more about the different cyber courses Qufaro offers.
The day kicked off with Ivana Bartoletti, Technical Director, and author of An Artificial Revolution: On Power, Politics and AI talking about AI and the ethical affects that it can have on society. Followed by more of the Deloitte Cyber team talking about their experiences and roles. The speakers pathways into cyber were varied from ex-military to those who joined as school leavers, members of the summer vacation scheme, graduates as well as from outside the UK.
In 2020, due to the impact of COVID19, the Wall of Fame was introduced to celebrate the achievements of our CyberEPQ Graduates' hard work, commitment and dedication to cyber. Ordinarily, the students would have been congratulated on their successes at our physical Graduation Ceremony at Bletchley Park. In honour of our Graduates, please have a look here and on our Social Media pages.
Despite the restrictions of COVID19, this year’s Graduates celebrated their success with Qufaro’s CyberEPQ virtual Graduation Ceremony. The Graduation event is one that Qufaro, our supervisors and teachers look forward to and one that acknowledges and celebrates the hard work and outstanding achievements of our Graduates after their CyberEPQ studies which is most deserved.
We are pleased to announce the launch of the Mentoring Scheme to all Alumni members. The scheme has been set up to build on the CyberEPQ foundations by providing the next guiding steps in the Cyber Security world of work, apprenticeships, or further education. To broaden the Alumni experience, Qufaro has extended membership to current learners as well as graduates.
Congratulations to Qufaro’s fourth cohort of CyberEPQ Graduates. We have even more to celebrate this year with another substantial increase in our students gaining such outstanding grades. Last year we were proud to announce that over 50% were awarded a grade B or higher, but this year our dedicated students and supervisors have taken us by surprise with over 85% achieving the same grades.
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