Scheme aims to upskill asylum seekers to fill gap in market

8th July, 2018
John Dennehy, executive chairman at Zartis

Tech recruiter Zartis is partnering with the Code Institute in Dublin to give refugees the skills needed to secure jobs in Ireland’s tech sector.

The Level Up initiative will give ten refugees and people seeking asylum in Ireland access to the Code Institute’s online software development course.

The Code Institute will offer €40,000 worth of online training to eligible candidates. Zartis will source and screen candidates for enrolment. When they have...

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