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We Need More Women In Tech: Webinar with _nology 27/04/21

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Join us for an informative webinar with some exciting female guest speakers, about how women can take advantage of the opportunities in tech

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Why should more women learn to code?

Tech skills are the doorway to any sector. Now more than ever tech skills are in demand as the industry continues to thrive. Here at _nology we are passionate about encouraging more women to learn to code and pursue an exciting career in tech. This informative webinar will discuss the wider issues around the lack of diversity in tech as well as what we can do to combat it and the opportunities available for women looking to move into the tech sector!

If you are looking for a future-proof career with flexible working, exciting projects and the opportunity to earn 44% more on average in your salary then a career change into tech could be for you!

Who will be speaking?

Jenna Wilson - Admission Manager for _nology: Jenna will share insights about the UK tech skills shortage and host an engaging panel discussion with our guest speakers.

Female Guest speaker from the tech industry : (TBC) Our guest speaker will be speaking about why tech skills are invaluable to so many organisations, the types of roles they facilitate and the collaboration between the tech team and the rest of the business, why they want more diversity in their Tech team and what they are doing to not only facilitate it, but ensure you thrive!

_nology Course Graduate now working in the fast-paced tech industry: (TBC)

Bex Fennelly - _nology Course Graduate turned Software Coach: Before joining _nology, Bex was a dancer and actress who had no coding skills. She is now working remotely as a Software Development Coach at _nology.

The event will be taking place via Zoom - you will receive the link once you register.

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