About this event
Technology needs you; your fresh thinking, diverse perspectives, and passions. While it might seem intimidating from where you are sitting - the technology industry offers incredible flexibility, progression and boundless opportunities to put your creativity to work. You just have to know how to grab the opportunity with both hands.
In this workshop with two senior Sparta Global Talent coordinators, you'll learn how to get confident and get started in a technology career, and how to maintain career momentum by improving your employability - giving advice you can use and practical tasks to complete that will showcase how best to present yourself to employers.
Kira-mae is an experienced talent advisor who covers Software Development, Software Testing and DevOps (amongst other specialisms). As well as running a teams day-to-day activities, Kira-Mae has screened over 5000 applicants, helped to kickstart the careers of almost 600 Spartans, and provided individuals with a wealth of knowledge around what to expect from employers today.
We believe the future of tech talent must be reflective of society today – innovative, creative and inclusive. This is why Sparta Global provides award-winning technology training and career opportunities to passionate people from diverse communities – irrespective of gender, ethnicity or socio-economic background.
We help emerging talent kickstart a career in technology by delivering funded and paid training programmes in Data, Development, Engineering, DevOps, Cybersecurity, Business Analysis, manual Test and more. Across these programmes we equip our “Spartan” consultants with the technical and collaborative skills they need to hit the ground running - powering up their potential to immediately make an impact on digital projects with our clients.
Sparta Global is a Top 20 employer for Social Mobility, Princess Royal Training Award winner, official Women in Tech partner and the only B Corp certified HTD provider. We now attract, train and deliver diverse technology talent to more than 100 public and private sector organisations across the UK and Ireland.