Join School of Code’s Free Skills Bootcamp in Software Development this November!
School of Code is on a mission to help more and different types of people start a career in tech by offering free Skills Bootcamps in full-stack, software development. If you’re looking for a change of direction, this opportunity could be for you.
We’ve already transformed the lives of many individuals. Previous graduates have gone on to start new careers in tech working for the likes of Santander, The Economist, Bravissimo, Wise, ...and many more.
Open to all. Everyone can learn to code.
The 16-week, full-time, remote course is open to anyone, even if you haven’t seen a line of code before. All you need is access to a computer and the internet from 9 am to 5 pm, Monday to Friday for the duration of the Skills Bootcamp. Ideal candidates will have the desire to learn and be open to starting a new career in tech on completion.
What you’ll learn
How you’ll learn
Why is the Skills Bootcamp free to all?
Our mission is to help more and different types of people into technology, so key to this is removing all barriers into tech. The course is free because it is the right thing to do - you shouldn't pay for coding bootcamps! If we get you to a good enough level to add value to organisations as a professional developer, then they will pay. That's how the School of Code stays sustainable, through company sponsorship or hiring fees, and support from the Department of Education as part of the Government’s new Lifetime Skills Guarantee and Plan for Jobs.
Who can apply
If you live in any of the following regions, you are now welcome to apply for the course starting in November.
North West East Midlands West Midlands South East London
How to apply
To find out more about the Skills Bootcamp and see how we've already transformed lives, please visit: www.schoolofcode.co.uk.
There are a number of enjoyable tasks in the application process, so we advise that you begin your application as soon as possible. Thank you!
The application deadline is Friday 24th September.
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