FDM offers free training to female graduates to encourage IT careers

Women in IT graphic (2).jpgFDM is hosting a free “Women in IT Advantage Session” event for female graduates to encourage more women to work within the IT industry.

The event, which will take place on 17th August at FDM’s London Bridge offices, aims to provide IT career options and support.
 
Sheila Flavell, FDM chief operating officer, said, “We are delighted to be holding this event with the aim of promoting the lucrative world of IT to this latest generation of female graduates.”

Other representatives from UKRC and Women in Technology will give presentations aimed at inspiring and motivating attendees through case studies and advice. 
 
“If you are female and considering an IT related career, then take advantage of this rare opportunity to hear from the experts and start building relationships with people who can support you throughout your career,” said Flavell.
 
The FDM “Women in IT Advantage Session” will take place between 5pm-7pm on 17th August at FDM’s office in London Bridge. Attendees are able to bring a guest. Those interested must RSVP in advance. 


Computer Weekly has launched an information resource called ITworks to empower the digital economy through IT skills and training (ie. help you get a job).
 


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Sounds like a great opportunity. It's nice to have a company actually making an effort to recruit women into a male dominated industry as it can be tough going on your own. I've done some research and FDM seems like a great way to get into the IT industry for graduates and in this market we need all the help we can get! I'm going to sign up for this session and see if FDM is the right step for me.

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