Join our community
Work on your portfolio with other applicants on Discord and at our events.
Join a cohort to continue learning and interview with employers.
12 weeks, part-time
Develop your skills while getting support to find your first software developer role.
6 months or more
Learn as part of our community
Learn to code with a set of learning resources and projects which will guide you through the fundamentals of web development. Join other applicants at meetups and in our Discord community.
Online info session
Wednesday 17th January
13:00 - 14:00Online
Rewatch our online info session to learn more about the programme and the application process.Watch the recording
In person info session
Tuesday 23rd January
18:30 - 20:00Space4
Come to our classroom to learn more about the programme, hear alumni experiences and hear answers to FAQsJoin us IRL
Tuesdays from 30th Jan to 20th Feb
18:30 - 20:00Space4
Work through the application projects with other applicantsSign up
Marginalised genders coding support group
Wednesdays from 31st Jan to 28th Feb
18:30 - 20:30In person
A closed, structured coding support group for women, trans and non-binary people.Limited spaces: apply by Jan 21st
The Skills Bootcamp is offered three times a year and requires a commitment of two evenings per week online, three Saturdays in person, and an additional 10+ hours of self-study and project work per week.
Using Amazon Web Services
Using the Open AI API
Software Developer Apprenticeship
Subject to availability, our Foundation programme can lead to apprenticeships in Software Development and DevOps Engineering.
Employment and training course begin
You'll start your apprenticeship by completing our 12-week full-time training, learning alongside the other apprentices on your cohort
Join employer full time
You'll work with your employer for 12-15 months, gaining real-world coding experience.
Complete End-Point assessment
The final step in your apprenticeship is your assessment. Submit your portfolio and complete a final project.
- Rolling interviews: apply by 26th February
- Software Foundation: 14th March 2024 - 13th June 2024
- Rolling interviews after March
- Software Foundation: dates TBC
In simple terms, you are eligible if you have the right to work in the UK and have been resident in the UK or Europe for the last 3 years (but not on a student visa) or you have refugee or asylum status.
There are a number of other ways you might be eligible for an apprenticeship. View the full eligibility criteria. If you have any questions about your eligibility, please email us at email@example.com