Heritage inspires future cyber talent through TNMOC-Qufaro partnership on the Bletchley Park Estate
The coming generation of cyber-security specialists will benefit from the announcement by The National Museum of Computing (TNMOC) that Qufaro is its exclusive Cyber Education Partner.
For students, educationalists and employers, the partnership is unparalleled: a cyber talent pool attracted and benefiting from Qufaro’s mix of accredited online courses and apprenticeships with insights from cyber history through TNMOC’s long-established heritage at Bletchley Park and world-renowned collection of historic working machines.
On behalf of Qufaro, CEO Budgie Dhanda said, “Qufaro’s success in increasing the cyber talent pool for employers is widely acknowledged and valued. We have worked closely but informally with TNMOC since our establishment and this has proved so productive that the time is right to formalise our partnership to extend our joint working. The complementarity of our organisations in working together in educational and employment terms is extraordinarily powerful – and probably unreproducible anywhere else in the world.”
Andrew Herbert, chairman of TNMOC, said, “The popularity and demand for our Museum’s Learning Programme, which has engaged thousands of students from schools and colleges, demonstrates the growing interest in the development of computing and our digital heritage. The parallel development of cyber security penetrates almost every aspect of today’s society and commerce and, through our partnership with Qufaro, we can enhance and extend our mission to educate and inspire future generations of cyber security specialists as well as engineers and computer scientists.”