As the war for tech talent continues, companies are feeling the pressure to offer exorbitant salaries in an effort to win out against their competitors. It’s a candidate’s market, with degree-holding software engineers having their pick of employment.
But what about candidates that don’t have an official degree, but do have the right skills to get the job done?
Someone who has the skills necessary for the job is often overlooked because they lack the traditional degree from a university to back it up.
Non-traditional education methods, like coding bootcamps, are becoming increasingly popular. Here are a handful that Tech Talent Canada recommends.
Uvaro is a Waterloo-based sales success company that aims to straddle a unique line between education, skill-building, and career support. Online programs from 4 to 12 weeks target key areas such as Tech Sales Foundations, Customer Success Management, and Sales Leadership. Alongside supplemental workshops and coaching, courses are offered live with small cohorts to maximize Uvaro’s collaboration-centric approach to training.
Palette Skills is a national nonprofit and leader in Canada’s upskilling ecosystem. Our vision is an inclusive, innovative economy where Canadian workers and businesses thrive. From our successful SalesCamp B2B tech sales program to our Digital Agriculture Specialist Program, Palette Skills connects great talent to companies that are scaling quickly. Transition to a new career or tap into a hidden talent pool today.
Le Wagon is a global leader in immersive tech training. Our mission is to train people from all backgrounds in Web Development, Data Science, and Data Analytics, and help them accelerate their careers with the best learning experience of their life. 18,000+ entrepreneurs, career changers, and digital nomads have graduated from our online and on-campus courses and have rated them a 4.98/5.
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