“The course was excellent, I can’t find fault. Just wish there were more dates! It was so much fun!
– Chantelle (course participant feedback)
What is on offer?
What else? We keep it practical and fun! We have used our years of experience working in the IT sector to make this course job-ready.
Businesses urgently need people with IT skills. Even a quick online job search brims with offers for coders/programmers at all levels of practical IT knowledge.
These are well paid jobs, with entry-level offers of £25 – £32,000 not unusual in the UK.
“The tutor is friendly, that’s the most important thing. Good explanation. Good time as well!
Rachel (course participant feedback)
With the increasing, everyday use of Artificial Intelligence, IoT and robotics, the employers are looking now at talent pools rich in IT skills than ever before.
Our trainers are/have been employers of IT engineers, so have innate knowledge on what businesses need, and what employers are looking for.
“The learning material was clear and easy to understand…
-Sharon (course participant feedback)
What do we do?
Maiona UK offers low-cost classroom based coding training for beginners.
Unlike other IT study programmes, our tutors have years of experience working in IT in the UK.
This is a job oriented course, and offers training not only in the modules on offer but also:
- Agile Methodology
- Portfolio Development
- Interview Skills
Lead trainer Joseph Devaraj says:
“I believe that there is a very low bar to who can learn coding skills. Very often, the barrier to learning coding seems to be the lack of self-confidence, rather than any innate ability to learn these skills.”
Are you able to code?
Anyone can code. There is a very low bar to skills development, and often it is self-confidence, more than ability that hinders more people from taking up coding as a career.
“It was really refreshing to have a course that is not commonly accessible to those with little or no experience. I was inspired to learn new skills & the resources were excellent
– Erhire (course participant feedback)