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Seidea Initiatives

At Seidea, we are committed to equipping individuals with the necessary skills and knowledge to thrive in today's ever-evolving job market. To achieve this goal, we have established partnerships with industry leaders who share our passion to develop impactful initiatives.

Cyber Bootcamp

Seidea, in partnership with Sage and KPMG, offers 5 Black women in the UK, the opportunity to participate in a 12 Weeks Cybersecurity Bootcamp. This bootcamp includes CompTIA Sec+ e-learning, an exam voucher, and recruitment events with Sage and KPMG. The next application cycle for this opportunity will begin in January 2024. 

Cloud Bootcamp

Seidea in partnership with CyLon and CompTIA are proud to offer annual training to 40 Black and Minority Ethnic Women in the UK to complete the CompTIA Cloud Essentials certification. The top 12 candidates receive an exam voucher and the remaining 28 receive a 20% discount on their exam voucher. Application for this opportunity is currently open.


Seidea, in partnership with Mosse Security Institute and SheSecures, offers an annual pen-testing internship program and certification to 50 Black and Minority Ethnic Women globally. The next application cycle for this opportunity will begin in August 2024. This program is a great way to gain valuable experience and boost your resume.


In 2022, Seidea joined forces with QA and professionals from KPMG and Accenture to support the Cyber Explorers platform. This initiative, led by the UK Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, aims to introduce children to cybersecurity. Through collaborative efforts, we have organised events and activities in schools, reaching over 450 school children.

Coding Club

The goal of Seidea's four year project was to empower Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) girls ages 9-16 in the Bexley area by offering virtual workshops on coding, as well as important skills like creative writing and public speaking. The program also featured talks from successful BME women in the tech industry.  In 2021, the program ended with 113 BME girls graduating from the coding club.

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