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Announcement: Funded spaces with Hull and East Yorkshire LEP

Written by James Adams

Tech Educators announce Hull and East Yorkshire LEP Partnership

We are delighted to announce that a new partnerhsip with Hull and East Yorkshire Local Enterprise Partnership (HEYLEP) to offer funded spaces in our Software Development Coding Bootcamp. This initiative will offer spaces on our upcoming March 18th cohort and is open to all eligible residents in the Hull and East Yorkshire region.

This opportunity arises from Hull and East Yorkshire LEP's dynamic and forward-thinking commitment to educational access and workforce development, as part of the Department for Education's Skills Bootcamps program. Designed for adults aged 19 and over, these bootcamps offer up to 16 weeks of intensive training, culminating in a job interview, thus directly contributing to employment growth in the tech sector.

Hull and East Yorkshire LEP's approach has been marked by its inclusive and proactive stance in education, resonating deeply with us within theTech Educators team. Their dedication to embracing learners from diverse backgrounds aligns perfectly with our mission to foster an accessible and innovative digital economy.

The significance of digital skills in the region cannot be overstated. As outlined in detailed reports, these skills play a pivotal role across various sectors, underscoring the necessity for a workforce well-versed in digital technologies. This partnership is a response to the identified skills gap in the digital sector and aims to equip individuals with both general and specialized digital competencies.

Our collaboration with Hull and East Yorkshire LEP is a testament to our shared vision of enhancing employment opportunities in tech. Our bootcamp has a proven track record of empowering students and meeting the needs of local employers, a success we are eager to replicate in this new venture.

James Adams, founder and CEO of Tech Educators, shares his enthusiasm: "Partnering with the Hull and East Yorkshire LEP under the Skills Bootcamps program is a significant milestone for us. Their progressive approach in supporting learners from all walks of life mirrors our ethos at Tech Educators.

We're committed to staying at the forefront of technological education, as demonstrated by our adoption of cutting-edge tools like Next.js. This partnership enables us to expand our impact, bringing state-of-the-art digital education to a broader audience and catalysing tech employment growth in the region. We are all eagerly anticipating the positive outcomes this collaboration will bring to the students and the wider community."

We invite all interested individuals to join a free Coding Bootcamp taster session, to gauge if this program aligns with their aspirations. Upon completion, students meeting the Department for Education's criteria may apply for a funded place. For those not eligible, Tech Educators offers scholarship opportunities, ensuring that our bootcamps remain accessible to all passionate learners.

About the Author

James has 8 years with Fortune 200 US firm ITW, experience of managing projects in China, USA, and throughout Europe. James has worked with companies such as Tesco, Vauxhall, ITW, Serco, McDonalds. James has experience in supporting start-up and scale up companies such as Readingmate, Gorilla Juice and Harvest London. James completed his MBA at the University of East Anglia in 2018.

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