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Coding Careers For Women – Code Institute & Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board
Join us on March 8 to discover your stepping-stone into a career in coding with a Diploma in Software Development with Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board. This event will reveal the real skills that make a great software developer. So, if you are creative, have great problem-solving skills, and love a challenge this could be for you.
- Fully Funded
- Study part-time over 9 months
- 100% online learning
- Personal 1:1 tutoring and support
- 3-month work placement
- Career services help you land your first role
Eimear Brophy is Further Education and Training Manager with responsibility for Enterprise Engagement with Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board, the state education and training authority for the Limerick and Clare region. It facilitates ongoing dialogue with employers, employees, and skills fora to respond to identified skills and training needs in the region.
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 relationshps around the world to help our students change career.
Jessica was drawn to the course because of the career opportunities and flexibility it offered. Since qualifying, she gained experience in several roles before launching her own web-development business. As an advocate for women in coding, she dispels the myths around what it takes to succeed as a software developer.
Daragh Ó Tuama
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.