A new initiative creating a national centrepiece for cyber education and innovation in the UK
QUFARO’s three pillars
Our programme consists of three pillars, all designed to develop, educate and nurture the most gifted and talented individuals to build the UK’s future cyber security workforce.
From the UK’s first National College of Cyber Security to virtual courses plugging gaps in the cyber education landscape, QUFARO will provide a clear learning pathway for anyone with ambitions to become a cyber security professional.
To grow our country’s technical excellence and sovereign capabilities, QUFARO will nurture the most talented cyber entrepreneurs through a dedicated UK cyber investment fund and world-class business mentoring programmes.
Through the renovation of historic buildings at Bletchley Park QUFARO will create an inspiring cyber-centric venue, offering world-class facilities, on the country’s most iconic site for UK cryptography and codebreaking.
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17 December 2018
Global Knowledge Apprenticeships and Bletchley Park Qufaro launch level four cybersecurity apprenticeship
Bletchley Park Qufaro and Global Knowledge Apprenticeships (GKA), have launched their Level 4 cybersecurity apprenticeship to the market.
Qufaro sponsors trailblazer group for Level Three cybersecurity apprenticeship in partnership with Global Knowledge UK
Representatives from a full spectrum of UK employers including leading blue-chip companies gathered at Bletchley Park this week to announce their intention to develop a new, Level 3, standard for cyber apprenticeships aimed particularly at school leavers.