Programmes

Engaging and highly selective learning experiences that are developed and led by industry experts to create employable tech talent

Apprenticeships

Apprenticeships are paid jobs where the employee learns and gains valuable experiences. Alongside on-the-job training, Apprentices spend at least 20% of their working hours completing classroom-based learning.

Business Analyst

Level 4 • 24 months

Learn to work with organisations to improve their information systems.

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Data Analyst

Level 4 • 30 months

Learn how to collect, organize and study data to provide business insight. The broad purpose of the standard is to ascertain how data can be used to answer questions and solve problems.

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Data Engineer

Level 5 • 30 months

Learn to build systems to enable the collection and usage of data.

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Data Protection Practitioner

Level 4 • 18 months

Learn to build systems to enable the collection and usage of data.

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Data Technician

Level 3 • 30 months

Learn how to Source, format and present data securely in a relevant way for analysis.

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DevOps Engineer

Level 4 • 30 months

Learn how to enable organisations to get valuable working software out in front of active users and improving the quality of digital services

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Digital Accessibility Specialist

Level 4 • 30 months

Learn to Provide advice on accessibility best practice, helping organisations (externally and internally) to meet organisational, national and international accessibility standards.

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Digital Learning Designer

Level 5 • 30 months

Learn to create high quality digital learning activities.

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Software Developer

Level 4 • 30 months

Learn to build and test high-quality software applications for businesses.

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Software Development Technician

Level 3 • 24 months

Learn to work with organisations to improve their information systems.

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Bootcamps

Bootcamps are intensive programmes lasting from 11 - 16 weeks and are available to employers and learners who don't reside in the eligible areas for a Skills Bootcamp.

Business Analyst

Level 4 • 24 months

Learn to work with organisations to improve their information systems.

Learn more

Data Analyst

Level 4 • 30 months

Learn how to collect, organize and study data to provide business insight. The broad purpose of the standard is to ascertain how data can be used to answer questions and solve problems.

Learn more

Data Engineer

Level 5 • 30 months

Learn to build systems to enable the collection and usage of data.

Learn more

Data Protection Practitioner

Level 4 • 18 months

Learn to build systems to enable the collection and usage of data.

Learn more

Data Technician

Level 3 • 30 months

Learn how to Source, format and present data securely in a relevant way for analysis.

Learn more

DevOps Engineer

Level 4 • 30 months

Learn how to enable organisations to get valuable working software out in front of active users and improving the quality of digital services

Learn more

Digital Accessibility Specialist

Level 4 • 30 months

Learn to Provide advice on accessibility best practice, helping organisations (externally and internally) to meet organisational, national and international accessibility standards.

Learn more

Digital Learning Designer

Level 5 • 30 months

Learn to create high quality digital learning activities.

Learn more

Software Developer

Level 4 • 30 months

Learn to build and test high-quality software applications for businesses.

Learn more

Software Development Technician

Level 3 • 24 months

Learn to work with organisations to improve their information systems.

Learn more

Skills Bootcamps

Skills Bootcamps are intensive programmes lasting from 11 – 16 weeks and are fully-funded for individuals, and between 70% – 90% available funding for employers.

Business Analyst

Level 4 • 24 months

Learn to work with organisations to improve their information systems.

Learn more

Data Analyst

Level 4 • 30 months

Learn how to collect, organize and study data to provide business insight. The broad purpose of the standard is to ascertain how data can be used to answer questions and solve problems.

Learn more

Data Engineer

Level 5 • 30 months

Learn to build systems to enable the collection and usage of data.

Learn more

Data Protection Practitioner

Level 4 • 18 months

Learn to build systems to enable the collection and usage of data.

Learn more

Data Technician

Level 3 • 30 months

Learn how to Source, format and present data securely in a relevant way for analysis.

Learn more

DevOps Engineer

Level 4 • 30 months

Learn how to enable organisations to get valuable working software out in front of active users and improving the quality of digital services

Learn more

Digital Accessibility Specialist

Level 4 • 30 months

Learn to Provide advice on accessibility best practice, helping organisations (externally and internally) to meet organisational, national and international accessibility standards.

Learn more

Digital Learning Designer

Level 5 • 30 months

Learn to create high quality digital learning activities.

Learn more

Software Developer

Level 4 • 30 months

Learn to build and test high-quality software applications for businesses.

Learn more

Software Development Technician

Level 3 • 24 months

Learn to work with organisations to improve their information systems.

Learn more

Why Choose Us?

  • Highly experienced instructors with in-depth knowledge of Industry
  • Hands-on training with real-world scenarios
  • Interactive learning environment to enhance understanding
  • Comprehensive study materials and resources
  • Exam readiness support and guidance if undertaking exams
  • Optional modules offered as part of the Program

Funding Options

Apprenticeships

Funding is based on the type of employer you are: a Levy or Non-Levy employer.

For Non-Levy employers, the government will fund 95% of the training cost of an Apprentice, meaning 5% must be funded by the employer. If you are an employer with under 50 employees, funding increase to 100%.

If you are a Levy employer, the government will apply a 10% top-up to the funds in your Apprenticeship service account which can go towards Apprentice training.

Bootcamps

Employers can choose to co-fund an employee and in doing so will receive an agreed upon discount directly from a member of our sales team.

Skills Bootcamps

Small to medium enterprises (SMEs) can claim 90% government-funding towards training an existing employee with a Skills Bootcamp.

Large employers can claim 70% government-funding towards training and existing employee with a Skills Bootcamp.

Apprenticeships

Funding is based on the type of employer you are: a Levy or Non-Levy employer.

For Non-Levy employers, the government will fund 95% of the training cost of an Apprentice, meaning 5% must be funded by the employer. If you are an employer with under 50 employees, funding increase to 100%.

If you are a Levy employer, the government will apply a 10% top-up to the funds in your Apprenticeship service account which can go towards Apprentice training.

Bootcamps

Employers can choose to co-fund an employee and in doing so will receive an agreed upon discount directly from a member of our sales team.

Skills Bootcamps

Small to medium enterprises (SMEs) can claim 90% government-funding towards training an existing employee with a Skills Bootcamp.

Large employers can claim 70% government-funding towards training and existing employee with a Skills Bootcamp.

Have a question?

If you’d like to learn more about our Bootcamps and Apprenticeships, a potential partnership or you have any other questions, please contact us and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

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