Founding DFP partners meet Lord Baker at House of Lords

Nov 3, 2022

Andrew Stevens (CNet Training) and Matt Pullen (Cyrus One) outside the Houses of Parliament.


Two of the founding partners behind UTC Heathrow’s Digital Futures Programme enjoyed a celebratory lunch at the House of Lords on Friday, 17 October. 

CNet Training’s President and CEO Andrew Stevens and Matt Pullen, MD Europe of CyrusOne, were hosted by The Rt Hon. Lord Baker of Dorking CH.

Lord Baker held the lunch in order to recognise the collaborative efforts of the eight founding industry partners who established our fabulous Digital Futures Programme at the UTC Heathrow.

Lord Baker created University Technical Colleges (UTC’s) in 2010, making sure students can access an excellent advanced technical education that helps them to pursue rewarding careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).

The eight founding members of the Digital Futures Programme are CNet Training, Cyrus One, Ark Data Centres, Amazon Web Services (AWS), CBRE, CyrusOne, LMG , VIRTUS and Yondr Group.

Soben and Kao Data have recently joined these companies in the UK-first programme in co-teaching students around the data centre industry.


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