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Tue, 10 Jan


Online Course

Digital Upskilling for Tech Careers Without Coding

The Digital Revolution has begun. But not all careers in the digital space require coding. So join us for our online course to learn how you can develop your skills and prosper in the new world.

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Digital Upskilling for Tech Careers Without Coding

Time & Location

10 Jan, 13:42 – 13:47

Online Course

About the Event

                                  Digital Upskilling for Tech career for Ethnically Diverse Communities

                                                               Registration open

An online course and people in Edinburgh can access in-person support from career advisors.

Prespect Hub CIC, in collaboration with Anu Sanya - the Technical Program Manager for Amsterdam-based Global Trust & Safety - brings you an online course to help you develop the skills you need to prosper in this transformative time. This is your chance to learn from professionals as they teach you the necessary skills to start your tech career WITHOUT any code!!

Roles covered will include:

  • UI/UX Designers
  • Data Analyst
  • Business Analyst
  • Project/Program Manager
  • Product Managers
  • Quality Assurance / Tester

What you will gain from taking this course 

  • After gaining knowledge from the professionals, you will have a few days to research and learn more about the role before practising with live sessions at our Edinburgh Venue or online.
  • The course is broken into short modules that will accumulate your knowledge, and you will go on to a final presentation at which you will pitch your developed idea for an app. This will add much sought-after power skills to your CV.
  • As well as this, participants will be able to join our Drop-In Career Accelerator Course Modules with Live support from a Career adviser to support with live applications, job interviews and feedback.
  • The course modules are dropped weekly, followed by the week's Career Accelerator sessions delivered online.

Thank you to our funders and sponsors

This opportunity is funded by the Capital City Partnership (on behalf of The City of Edinburgh Council), Network of Employability Support and Training (NEST) grants, The Scottish Government and the Hunter Foundation.

In-Person Support

For the in-person support part of the project, we are targeting Ethnically diverse community members based in Edinburgh and surrounding areas (West Lothian, East Lothian and Midlothian)  who:

Have been out of paid employment for at least three months or more

Returning mothers and people with carer responsibility who want to switch careers.

Highly skilled immigrants who have been searching for jobs for the last three months or more

Tickets are free to eligible individuals, and spaces are limited - so please only apply if you can complete the entire course series.

If you have any questions or need help with this application, please email

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