AWS Get IT Bootcamps 2018


All you need to know…

Bootcamp Registration

Click on the link below to register your students to attend your bootcamp. Each school has been allocated seven places. If you are bringing students representing multiple teams, please select students who will be able to effectively feedback the learning from the bootcamp to the rest of their team. The deadline for registration is two weeks before each bootcamp.

Bootcamp Registration


Location and Getting There…

All three bootcamps will be held at the Shoreditch offices of Amazon Web Services. The full address is:

1 Principal Place
Worship St

Please note there is also an office in Holborn – this isn’t the venue!


The nearest station is Shoreditch High Street and it’s a short walk from there. Although the offices are on Worship Street the main entrance faces Shoreditch High Street so walk right to the end of Worship Street and look left and back on yourself.  Shoreditch High Street is serviced by numerous buses.

Please contact Lucy if they are any financial issues with getting your students to the bootcamps. We don’t want this to be barrier. However as we have 36 schools on the programme, please only be in contact if you feel it’s absolutely necessary and we will see what we can do to help. 

On the day…


This is re-directed to Lucy’s mobile, then if unanswered, to Michelle’s (Head of Programmes for FF who will be onsite). Please only use this number in an emergency.

  • 9 – 9.45am: Registration
  • 10am – 4pm: Bootcamp
  • 4pm: Optional tour of the AWS Offices (sign up for this when you register your students)

A more detailed timetable will be available on the website before your bootcamp.

Please register for the day between 9 and 9.45am in the AWS foyer. FF staff and the AWS ambassadors will be there to greet you, help you register and show to you to the space.

Lunch and refreshments will be provided. However feel free to bring snacks as it will be a jammed packed day, so lots of energy will be needed!

Please ensure you alert us to any dietary requirements you and your students have on your registration form.


All our security guards are first aid trained and responsible on the day.

First aid (medical incident and emergency) details are on display in all copy points. All incidents should be reported to Security, who are also first aid trained.


Amazon evidences it’s insurance cover to third parties using a memorandum of insurance (MOI) rather than having physical certificates.  It is the new industry standard for large organisations to evidence insurance. The MOI is available here.

AWS Public Liabilty Insurance

What to bring…

  • The students will be given an AWS Get IT T-shirt, so they should perhaps wear a long sleeved top suitable to wear the T-shirt over
  • A water bottle – there will be fill up stations at AWS
  • Any snacks to keep them going!
  • Writing pens and colouring pens
  • Project packs and any scrapbook
  • Other material built so far
  • Thinking hats, open minds and big ideas!

From the competition side – everything you need to have done and completed by the bootcamp is in the Challenge Pack.

I along with my colleagues from Amazon Web Services want to visit your school, meet your students and inspire and educate them about their future career pathways. We are passionate about filling the digital skills gap in the UK and improving communication and education around diversity within the technology industry.

Sonia OuartiHead of Marketing Northern Europe | AWS

This is going to be a fantastic programme - we can't wait to meet lots of inspirational young people and help them break down the gender stereotypes within the IT industry as well as gain digital skills for the future

Lucy MosesProject Manager | Future Foundations

I'm very proud of the work that we do up and down the country, and look forward to partnering with AWS to transform the lives of young people in new and exciting ways

Jonathan HarperChief Executive Officer | Future Foundations