Code Institute Online Open Evening – Ireland

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Join the Code Institute online open evening tonight from anywhere in the world on your mobile or desktop device. Talks begin at 18:00 GMT+1 (online) this evening. Hear from industry experts on how you can kickstart your career in coding and ask them your burning questions. You don’t need experience. 80% of students have never coded before.

  • Wednesday, May 27th 2020, 18:00 – 18:45 (GMT+1)
  • Online Registration Required

Speakers

Daragh Ó’Tuma

Content Manager

Daragh is Code Institute’s Content Manager. With a long history in journalism, he has a huge interest in all things tech. Daragh has been hosting Code Institute’s online open evenings and has a deep understanding of our programme and the benefits of entering the tech industry.
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David Howard

Education Adviser

David is an Education Adviser at Code Institute who has helped hundreds of people from various backgrounds upskill and change their career to software development. From his earlier days as an online educator, he has always had a passion for e-learning.

Jane Gormley

Director of Employment Engagement

Jane is Code Institute’s Director of Employment Engagement and has a huge amount of experience in helping people make the transition from student to developer. Jane is building relationships around the world to help our students change career.

Register your place here.

Why Study at Code Institute?

Accessibility and ease are paramount for learners. Code Institute courses are available in over 1800 training providers worldwide.  These programmes are dedicated to producing career-ready developers through their mentored online bootcamps.

Also, a panel of industry-leading experts validate and recommend syllabus improvements on an ongoing basis. As a result, this ensures these bootcamps teach relevant technologies and languages.

Through their credit-rating by a leading UK University, graduates receive a globally-recognised Diploma in Software Development.

Maximising graduate employability and bridging the growing ICT skills gap underpins their philosophy. As such, their course was designed so students finish with a professional portfolio and career-ready skills.


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