LWETB is looking for applications for the next Software Development Diploma Course




Longford Westmeath Education and Training Board has opened applications for its Diploma in Software Development under the Skills to Advance program. Starting in January, the fully funded, part-time online course equips employers and employees with the software development skills needed to digitize and develop e-commerce capabilities within their companies.

These are the determining factors in LWETB’s decision to offer the program according to Ronan Murray LWETB Area Training Manager. LWETB’s Diploma in Full Stack Software Development, issued by The Code Institute, is a comprehensive computer program designed to hone the skills of those who wish to advance in the exciting, expanding, ever-changing and fast-paced software environment. fast.

“This program will provide learners with software skills recognized by the industry and essential in today’s exciting world of computing. The Midlands is home to over 70 software companies with fantastic opportunities for modern, well-trained software professionals.

This represents an exciting opportunity for 28 employees looking to develop technical skills to secure their future. The delivery is designed to be suitable for those on the job as it is fully online and part-time, giving learners the opportunity to study and work simultaneously. Learners are supported throughout the year-long program with 24/7 live support plus weekends, a lively community of learners, a personal mentor, and career services to develop their skills professional presentation.

Course content covers all aspects of comprehensive software development as well as an e-commerce specialization – a very versatile and sought-after qualification. The course is industry validated by global technology companies and graded by the University of the West of Scotland.

As the digitization of businesses accelerates, this is a great opportunity for workers and employers to develop the technical skills they need to be competitive in a digital economy. This is essential at the regional level to maintain competitiveness and provide a pool of technological talent to support regional development.

Applications for the Diploma in Full Stack Software Development (Ecommerce) are now open. Visit www.athlonetrainingcentre.ie to apply or learn more about the course.


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