Go Beyond Limits
We’re going above and beyond to help UK families, communities and companies reach their full potential. From giving 10 million people free digital training to developing cutting-edge cyber security, we're helping the country thrive in a digital future.
Supporting the UK's teachers
BT has trained over 70,000 teachers to teach digital skills to kids. We’re making sure primary school teachers can deliver the computer curriculum brilliantly through the Barefoot Computing programme.
Find out just how rewarding volunteering for the programme has been for Simon, a long-serving data analyst at BT.
Helping young people thrive
BT has helped over three thousand 18-24 year olds into work through the Work Ready programme. The programme boosts opportunities for young people who aren’t in employment, education or training and prepares them for the world of work.
Montanna, a digital designer at BT, tells us why her Work Ready placement was exactly what she needed to boost her career.
As a young child Mihika Sharma watched her mother helping a blind woman cross the street and decided to help people with sight loss too, using the power of technology. She designed the first prototype of her Smart Stick to help people with sight loss navigate their surroundings.
Now the winner of the BT Young Pioneer Award she will get valuable support and advice from highly trained BT people to help make her design a reality.
Our teams answer and locate 30 million 999 calls every year. As an emergency response manager leading a team of highly skilled BT people, Steve Adams is on the front line.
Keeping communications services running every day, he goes beyond limits to make sure that when it’s life and death, you can depend on our network.
Keeping the UK safe online
We invest more in research and development than any other UK tech company. That’s so we can empower BT people like Xiao-Si Selina Wang.
Leading the Malware Analytics & Propagation Research team, she uses AI and machine learning to help protect the nation from 4000 cyber attacks a day.