Become a Software Development Apprentice

Build a software career from scratch.
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Future-proof your career.

Take your first steps on the path to becoming a professional software engineer. Our software engineering Apprenticeship teaches you practical, on-the-job skills to break into the technology industry. It takes just over 12 months to complete and you’ll get paid from day oneOur first apprenticeship cohort is set to begin in mid-2018.

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The Apprenticeship route for getting into the technology industry.

Download our course brochure for more details.

Meet Spencer Ayres, MD Makers Apprenticeships

Spencer dispels the myths of apprenticeships, and talks about how to accelerate your journey into a software engineering career through an apprenticeship at Makers.

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Meet our developers:

Funmi Adewodu, Starling Bank

“The​ ​whole​ ​Makers​ ​experience​ ​was​ ​amazing​ ​and​ ​completely​ ​life​ ​changing.​ ​It​ ​has been​ ​the​ ​best​ ​form​ ​of​ ​education​ ​I​ ​have​ ​ever​ ​been​ ​through.​ The emotional​ ​intelligence​ ​curriculum​ ​at​ ​Makers​ ​also​ ​gave​ ​me​ ​a​ ​sense​ ​of​ ​self​-​awareness that​ ​I​ ​never​ ​really​ ​had​ ​before​ ​the​ ​course.”

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Chris Harrop, Jigsaw XYZ

“Since Makers, I’m happier. I’ve gained a tangible skill that means I don’t just have a job, I am what I do and I’m proud to do it. I owe a great deal to my fellow Makers Alumni and everyone who supported me through the course. Life-changing is a cliched term but this is a truly transformative course.”

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Jennifer Shepherd, Financial Times

“There’s been a lot to learn but I’m already impressed that I’m encountering challenges, working to overcome them and moving on to the next area quite quickly. It can be daunting. I like that the Makers ethos is about learning plenty, getting stuck, working out how to get unstuck and then working hard to move forward.”

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Dominic Vernon, Deloitte UK

“At Makers, you’re encouraged to be active in your own learning rather than have it passively given to you. To learn a language you need to be immersed in a culture… you can’t just do it three hours a week. You need to really get to grips with it. You need to just get stuck in and not be afraid to get things rolling or to try do things differently.”

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