Who are we and what do we do?

We teach mums essential coding skills to equip them with the tools they need to build and grow startups or broaden their career horizons. 

Anyone! Our aim is to make technology accessible to mums, by providing coding courses in a relaxed and child-friendly environment.

How do I apply?

Apply directly on our website at www.mumsintechnology.co.uk.

If you haven’t heard from us, give us a nudge by emailing info@mumsintechnology.co.uk

Yes, apply. Our programme is really aimed at beginners to intermediate level and people interested in the real life application of coding. We have provided you with some pre-reading if you can find the time. This will help you feel more comfortable during the lessons. A Mac or PC are reccomended. 

Yes please! We encourage you to bring your own laptop, as you will already be familiar with it, which will make follow-on work easier. However, if this isn't possible, please let us know and we can try and source one for the lessons.

Child-friendly : you don't have to choose between child and career.

Mentorship : you'll have opportunities throughout the programme to connect with product managers, engineers, UX designers, designers, and HR from our partnerships through events, office hours, webinars, email and more.

Community : meet other coders and entrepreneurs in the startup community through our member portal, forums, meetups and events.

Why Join? 

How will I concentrate while in class if there are children there? 

We have nannies on-site who take care of the children. However, we understand babies just sometimes need their mums! We're all in this together, so please don't worry if your baby cries or needs feeding. We've all been there and that's why we started this programme.

How do I get in touch for any reason? 

Email info@mumsintechnology.co.uk or use our live chat feature  – we’ll respond within 24 hours.

Getting hired as a developer usually requires nearly 200 hours of in-class training. Coding for Beginners serves as your foundation for pursuing further training.

Will I be able to get a job as a developer after this course?