Secondary Education


These Scrum Educational Experience sessions focus on employability and career development and are aimed at students at 15-19 years old, especially those attending further education colleges.

This is a professional development programme that can last anything between a few hours to a few months. The goal is to activate hidden potential and help young people in exploring the pool of jobs in technology that traditional education gives them limited access to. Our SEE The Future programme focuses on developing skills, creating a professional profile and preparing young people for the world of work.

Employability Training

The programme explores young people’s strengths, the opportunities they are interested in  and then equips them with the skills to bridge the gap between opportunity and career. We collaborate with recruitment companies and placements providers in order to train them in various innovative areas including FinTech, ProTech and EdTech.

After starting with a pilot at Barking & Dagenham College, we continued collaborating with teachers to create high quality programmes.

Confidence Coaching

At I&I, we believe that having skills and knowledge is a great start. However, what’s even more important is the ability to activate the theory in practice. With the support of our partners, we create a safe environment for students to test their skills and build confidence while working on real projects.

Practical Placements for College Students in collaboration with Future Coders

In order to support teenagers at each stage of their development, we are proudly working in a very close partnership with Future Coders. Together, we prepare skilled and confident software developers by providing them with a high-quality, meaningful, project-based, work experience.

"Traditional hackathon most times it’s a bunch of random people with potentially similar interests coming together to create something. To put ideas together into something useful and/or marketable. They’re fun, intense and often rather easy to get lost in. Lost in between surfing through their thoughts and putting them down into a concrete form. Our hackathon was different though. We modeled the event so that people know what to do, when to do it and what to focus on. They could get lost in thought and find their best idea, as long as they did it by the deadline. Then they could move on to the next task. I must say, it went fantastically well". Mentor, Youth for Oman Hackathon