The Tech Partnership

With TechFuture, employers from all sectors are coming together to help teachers inspire their students about technology and achieve great results with the new curriculum.

Phil Smith, CEO, Cisco UK & Ireland and Chair, the Tech Partnership



The Tech Partnership is working to inspire young people about technology through a range of progrannes and resources designed by schools and industry, helping to ensure a new generation of tech stars are equipped with the skills and confidence to drive the future digital economy.


TechFuture Programmes:

  • TechFuture Badges

    TechFuture Badges

    The Badge Academy is an innovative way for young people to demonstrate their skills to future employers by earning shareable, digital achievement badges around relevant technical skills.  

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  • TechFuture Classroom

    TechFuture Classroom

    TechFuture Classroom supports students studying computer science GCSEs and A-levels through projects and activities designed by the tech industry. Also available are free learning resources for teachers to update their skills in delivering the new curriculum.

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  • TechFuture Careers

    TechFuture Careers

    TechFuture Careers is the place for young people to discover their potential in tech by investigating available opportunities across a range of sectors from fashion to finance. 

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  • TechFuture Girls

    TechFuture Girls

    TechFuture Girls encourages girls aged 9 to 14 to learn vital tech skills through free activities and after-school clubs, tackling the tech skills gender gap and fostering a new generation of tech stars.

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    Graduating yesterday at Aston University, James Gee is one of the UK’s first apprentices to achieve the Digital & Technology Solutions BSc – a trailblazer degree apprenticeship developed by employers in the Tech Partnership network.

  • First digital degree apprentices graduate today


    Eleven young Capgemini employees were today awarded with a BSc in Digital and Technology Solutions by Aston University - part of the first ever cohort of digital degree apprentices to graduate. 

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