Government Cyber Retraining Academy sees its first graduates get IT jobs

Sooraj Shah
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Students at the government-backed Cyber Retraining Academy
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Students at the government-backed Cyber Retraining Academy

Amazon, JP Morgan, Fujitsu and Huawei among the companies interviewing or taking on mature students from government retraining scheme

The government Cyber Retraining Academy has seen its first two graduates from the security boot-camp training initiative take their first jobs in IT, with a number of others interviewing for jobs w...

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