We’re excited to announce that the 12 week Software Engineering Bootcamp from Bright Network Technology Academy has been accredited as Tech Industry Gold.
This is an end-to-end structured training programme that will take learners from technologically curious to a Full Stack Software Engineer. Bright Network have invested heavily in ensuring this is a market-leading training proposition, with the course created by a Software guru with experience in developing training bootcamps for incoming Microsoft Engineers, and delivered alongside other technology experts.
Tech Industry Gold is the only industry accreditation, recognising high-quality pathways into digital & tech careers. Meeting criteria that are defined by industry, Tech Industry Gold programmes integrate the business, technology, project and professional skills needed to excel in the workplace.
Joe Mackley, Strategy and Operations Director at Bright Network Technology Academy said:
“At Bright Network Technology Academy, we believe that quality of training is the foundation of everyone’s journey into technology and are committed to always providing best in class learning experiences for each and every individual on our bootcamp. Tech Industry Gold accreditation from TechSkills is key to that commitment, as it shows both learners and employer partners that we are leading the way in delivering technology training that provides industry ready technologists. We’re proud to be accredited and look forward to continuing to develop our training programmes in collaboration with TechSkills.”
As part of the new partnership with Bright Network Technology Academy, we are pleased to be sponsoring their upcoming event Hack for Change. Launched in 2022, Hack for Change challenges some of the brightest young minds in technology to use their skills and the power of tech to drive diversity and inclusion.
This year, Technology Academy’s hugely talented technologists are challenged with harnessing the power of AI for good to transform the workplace into a completely inclusive environment.
Lorna Willis, CEO, TechSkills said:
“Hack4Change is an exciting event, giving learners the opportunity to showcase their talent and explore their next steps, as they discover the huge scope of career opportunities open to them in the world of tech. At TechSkills we believe that every area of the UK should benefit from access to a diverse and skilled tech and talent base, ready to go into the workplace and make a positive impact on the organisations they become a part of. We are proud to partner with Bright Network on this joint mission, by sponsoring this event and together, inspiring the next generation of diverse talent to find their place in tech and use it as a force for good.”
You can sign up to the event here.