Just a few years from now, 90% of jobs will require knowledge of new technologies. That’s why, in addition to the old division into white and blue collars, symbolising employees performing office and manual tasks, a new category now appears, NEW, FUTURE COLLARS. They constantly learn, develop and change their skillset and use new technologies, such as programming, to work more efficiently and effectively. This gives them the freedom of choice, security and possibility to pursue a profession that provides them with a stable future and reasonable remuneration.
We’re proud of our innovative teaching methods, which we’ve been working on since 2016. We currently offer 12 intensive courses tailored to the needs of today’s labour market. They ensure a quick and effective path to enter the IT industry.
We monitor the satisfaction
of our students all the time
We have an ISO 9001 certificate. It confirms that our Bootcamps meet the highest quality and education effectiveness standards.
Award in the Digital Convergence category for creating and developing a “digital business ecosystem.”
One of the most intriguing social businesses in the CEE region, according to European Venture Philanthropy.
Included in the programming Bootcamps ranking.
One of Poland’s best start-ups according to My Company.
Listed as a “Positive Impact Start-up” (Startup Pozytywnego Wpływu) by the Kozminski Hub.
Our proprietary teaching model makes learning with us highly effective and rewarding. The successes and stories of our graduates are a testimony to that.
Our courses have been completed by as many as 3600 people, who gained their digital competencies for the future with us.
Our best graduates find employment in the companies that we collaborate with.
Since the beginning, we have completed more than 260 editions of all bootcamps.
Future Collars mentors are specialists with practical experience and a passion for teaching.
We believe that everyone should have a chance to learn, develop and enjoy employment security in the new digital economy. We see diversity as an opportunity for a more sustainable economy and a fair world, fulfilling the needs of everybody, regardless of gender, age, experience or origin.
Future Collars was founded by Beata Jarosz and Joanna Pruszyńska-Witkowska. The co-founders of Future Collars have over 30 years of experience in running a business, initiating and organising events and social campaigns to fight digital exclusion, and supporting equality and diversity in the labour market.