An Introduction to the Wolf Academy

An Introduction to the Wolf Academy

Identifying the route to take into your IT career can be a difficult and confusing decision. Weighing up the pros and cons of your options is one way of determining, but still doesn’t necessarily give you the full picture.

So what do you require? Well you will need;

  • Both an understanding and familiarity with up to the minute technologies and industry standard techniques.
  • A well-rounded learning experience that provides you with the skillset that not only meets, but exceeds employers’ expectations.
  • The ability to enter the course at a level that reflects your experience and ability.
  • A course that offers a thoroughly engaging learning experience.

Created by the IT professionals of today for a better IT workforce of tomorrow, the Wolf Academy initiative is one of the first of its kind in the North East, offering a Peer Led Practical Training (PLPT) approach to learning. Although less commonly seen in the learning arena, the PLPT delivery style has proved popular in world leading educational institutes like Harvard University where true benefits to the more practical and memorable learning experience have been realised.

The course itself lasts for three years, during which time you will gain nationally accredited qualifications along with hands-on experience working with real-life clients once you have reached around the six-month stage, with the opportunity to earn while you learn.

Tailored to each individual’s needs, the programme accommodates for both present and emerging technologies, thanks to the close ties between the Wolf Academy and Wolf Consultancy and Software, this way learning remains as cutting edge as possible.

In some parts of the country courses of a similar nature cost close to £10,000 per year! The Wolf Academy however, have produced a far more cost effective alternative, which in some cases is even free!

For more information visit the Wolf Academy, or give us a call on 0191 432 4123. What are you waiting for?

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