From Graphic Design to Videographer; this career family will allow you to utilise your creativity and technical skills.
With good attention to detail and a head for numbers you’ll be collecting, analysing, and presenting data to internal and external stakeholders on a range of subjects.
Digital communication involves the use of online tools like email, social media messaging and texting to reach other individuals or a specific audience in order to share a message.
Working in Technology Solutions gives you the opportunity to be involved in conceiving, designing, programming, and testing frameworks and applications used by businesses and end users at all levels.
IT operations is the overarching term for the processes and services administered by an organisation's information technology (IT) department IT operations are responsible for defining the way an organisation manages software and hardware.
Working in User Research & Relationships means you’ll focus on building, managing, and utilising relationships with people, clients, and users at all levels.
Delivered in collaboration with The North of Tyne Combined Authority and Sunderland Software City, Tech Talent Ready offers a range of fully funded skills programmes.
Aimed to help you break into the North East tech industry, it’s the perfect way to gain skills, develop knowledge and build your network.
With a growing list of work experience opportunities and bootcamps, there a range of opportunities for all levels.
No, it won’t. Attending a training course will not affect your benefits. If you experience any difficulties, we are happy to liaise with your work coach at DWP.
Tech Talent Ready is funded by the Department of Education and they can fund you to take part in one Tech Talent Ready per financial year.
Yes we can. We have a number of donated recycled laptops that we can give you to help you start your career in the Tech Sector.
Whether you're just starting out or not, Tech Talent Ready has connections to leading partners in the region.
From Opencast to Accenture and more, they'll be able to put you in touch with the people that matter.
• Be over the age of 19 • Have lived in the UK for at least 3 years (you do not need to live in a catchment area to take part)