Category Archives: Case Studies

Case study: Code Division and Ukrainian refugee Polina

Code Division are a non-profit social enterprise dedicated to combating digital inequality by providing high-quality skills programmes to underserved communities. Since March 2020, we have delivered inclusive digital programs to over 650 learners across Scotland. We recently delivered SQA accredited Data Courses to 120 learners across Southeast Scotland and the Tayside Region. 77.5% of these […]

Case study: Service Design Academy – Service Design for Data Professionals

Data and service design work together closely.  Data analysis and insights inform service design decisions around people – their behaviour, preferences, and needs. At the same time service design can be used to design processes that capture relevant user information to improve products, services and experiences. Learning more about how data and design work together […]

Case Study: Fife College – Introduction to Data Skills for Work Bootcamp for Women Returners

Pictured, Clare learner on the Tay Cities Region Deal DigiTay funded Women into Data Science course delivered by Fife College.

In a rapidly evolving landscape where digital literacy and data skills have become integral across all sectors, the acquisition of data skills has the potential to open doors to a multitude of employment opportunities. In collaboration with the Data Skills for Work Programme, Fife College ran an Introduction to Data Skills for Work Bootcamp for […]

Case Study: CodeClan Youth Academy pilot programme for young people

Delivered in March 2023 and funded in partnership with Perth and Kinross Council, the Code Clan Youth Academy (CCYA) pilot programme was open to all young people aged 16 – 24 living in the Tay Cities Region (Perth and Kinross, Dundee, Angus, and North East Fife). The aim of the programme was to enable young […]