Techsmiths’ mission is to provide people from all walks of life with the opportunity to become expert Software Developers. Our training bootcamp will help you expand your horizons, learn new skills and enter a new industry.
You don’t need to have been coding for years or have studied computer science to be a great software developer. If you love to learn and problem-solve then you could be a great developer too!
If you have gained skills and experience in previous roles, you bring something extra to the table. As a developer, you may have more dimensions than someone who went through a traditional route into coding.
We know that changing career can be scary but we'll support you throughout the whole process. From learning the skills necessary to be a confident coder, to finding employment after completing the course, we will be there every step of the way.
Every learner has a dedicated trainer responsible for their well-being. They provide stability and continuity and will answer any questions you might have.
No! If you have done some hobby coding in your spare time that might help you find your feet quicker but it definitely isn't necessary.
The course consists of 12 weeks of training, followed by an 18-month job placement in industry with the option of making that a permanent role.
No! No previous experience is required. We will provide all the training you need to become a confident software developer.
The course is full-time (Mon-Fri, roughly 9:30am-5:30pm). The initial 12-week bootcamp is based in our offices in north London.
The best thing about the course is that it is solely focused on teaching and training us, not about how much I already knew or had done. I didn’t have any prior knowledge on programming or coding, but they saw I was smart, good at logical thinking and a fast learner and they taught me the rest through a 12-week bootcamp.
The teaching was carried out by professionals who really knew what they were talking about and were super helpful. The tasks we were given to do were fun and challenging with a good learning curve.
Rather than feeding you answers, you’re encouraged to think for yourself to come up with your own ideas and improve your own skills. It’s likely that you’ll make a few mistakes along the way, but the excellent mentors guide you towards a sensible solution. I would strongly recommend this course to anyone looking to get into the software development industry.