CodeClan announces funding with more than 100 places available for 2022
CodeClan have announced new fully-funded course Access To Tech that may be of interest to members.
This fully funded course is running throughout January and February with more than 100 places available.
The ‘Access to Tech’ course runs within a single week and is a great starting point for beginners who are interested in tech roles and building their tech knowledge. In this course, the attendees explore the tools, technology, and career opportunities in the world of software development and data analysis.
This is a great opportunity for businesses to upskill and empower their workforce who are eligible through this fully funded course. Funding criteria can be found here.
This course will be offered remotely and on campus, restrictions permitting starting on the below dates:
- 17- 20 January (Remote, evening hours)
- 25 -27 January (Remote, daytime hours)
- TBC February Date
Applicants over 25 years old, who live in Scotland and have not graduated in the last 12 months, could be eligible for the Digital Skills Pipeline funding to cover their training. Managed by Skills Development Scotland (SDS) and provided by the Scottish Government, the Digital Skills Pipeline funding is part of the National Training and Transition Fund and supports those furthest from the job market to achieve their digital career ambitions through specialist training.
CodeClan’s ‘Access to Tech’ course takes place over one week and is an ideal starting point for beginners who are interested in tech roles. In this course, students explore the tools, technology, and career opportunities in the world of software development and data analysis. By the end of the week, students will be better equipped to choose the pathway that fits their career aspirations.There are 100 fully-funded spots available on this course for those who want to change careers in the future and take their first step into the world of digital.
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