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Apply to join our new coding courses

Our Women in Tech team is passionate about increasing gender diversity and inclusion within technical fields, inside and outside our firm. We do that by organising learning opportunities and creating a community of support for women and non-binary people who are interested in pursuing a career in technology. And now we’re excited to launch our brand-new Web Development and Python Programming virtual courses.

Our new courses, which start in mid-May, are completely free and will run virtually on weekday evenings. You can find all the details below:

Introduction to Web Development 

Our Introduction to Web Development course covers HTML, CSS and Bootstrap through a mixture of virtual classroom learning and home exercises. By the end of the course, you’ll have developed your own website, which you’ll present to PA and industry experts as part of a celebratory ‘competition’ on the final evening.  

Who can join? 

Female and non-binary people who are over 18. The course is designed for those with little-to-no coding experience who want to advance their careers through digital skills.

When?

6pm–8pm on Wednesdays from May 26 to June 30

Where? 

Classes will be virtual and take place via a diverse range of collaboration tools, such as Slack.

How to apply

Applications are open until 13 May 2021. You can apply by sharing your details here. We’ll let you know if you are successful on the week of 17 May, and onboarding will be the week before the course starts.

Introduction to Python Programming

Our six-week Python Programming course teaches you the basics of the Python programming language, as well as git and how to use APIs. You’ll apply what you learn as you design your own text-based game in Python. 

Who can join?

Female and non-binary people who are over 18. The course is designed for those with little-to-no programming experience who want to advance their coding skills to enhance their careers. 

When?

6pm-7:30pm on Mondays and Thursdays, May 24 to July 1

Where?

Classes will be virtual and take place via a diverse range of collaboration tools, such as Slack.

How to apply

Applications are open until 13 May 2021. You can apply by sharing your details here. We’ll let you know if you are successful on the week of 17 May, and onboarding will be the week before the course starts.

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