ETB providing a pathway into the tech industry

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DEMAND for software developers is at an all-time high as digitalisation continues to increase at pace.
Businesses throughout Ireland and the world are also recognising the importance of technology positions which are critical in serving customers and developing a company’s future.
Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board is now enrolling for its Diploma in Software Development.
This fully-funded part-time programme has its finger on the pulse when it comes to the software industry thanks to its education partner Code Institute, who will deliver the programme online.
Offered through the Skills to Advance initiative it is designed for those already in employment who want to upskill to secure a future as a software developer.
Content is validated by an Industry Advisory Council composed of top tech companies and it is university credit-rated. 
The programme will be delivered over 52 weeks, meaning learners will have 24/7 access.
Other highlights include live tutor support, a learner community and career services and one-to-one tutoring is also available.
So if you want to increase your experience in different technologies and are interested in working in software development, then this programme offers everything you will need to make this a reality.
It will provide you with all the practical software development skills needed to meet current industry needs and help provide a clear pathway into a career in the software development industry.
For more information and to apply online, go to learningandskills.ie/code