Category: Opportunities

Creative, cultural and digital come together at regional networking event

Creative practitioners are invited to a South Yorkshire wide networking event to explore the power of digital in expanding the reach of their industries.

At an upcoming event from the South Yorkshire Cultural and Creative Industries Network, speakers from Yorkshire-based organisations including the Children’s Media Conference and PitStop Productions, will discuss how they’ve embraced digital to reach new audiences, and to overcome challenges presented by the pandemic. The event takes place on Thursday 2 December at the Barnsley Digital

Event to open doors for creative sector

Creative practitioners across South Yorkshire are invited to collaborate with the region's film, music, arts and theatre leaders.

The South Yorkshire Cultural & Creative Industries Network has been established after the success of the Cultural and Creative Industries Summit in Sheffield last month. It will offer a collaborative, supportive space for people who work or volunteer their time across the full spectrum of creative industries including theatre, TV, film, publishing, design and music.

Recruiting junior developers? Look no further…

Meet and interview graduates from new developer bootcamps, who are trained to meet the needs of Sheffield’s digital industries.

Why interview a graduate from the Developer Academy? The courses are all completely fee-free to unemployed people in our region, thanks to funding secured from the government’s Skills for Jobs initiative and Sheffield City Council. This, and the fact that no prior tech experience is needed to apply, means the training is more accessible to

EyUp launches funding for people to retrain into tech

EyUp has announced a new bursary scheme to support its mission to plug the digital skills gap.

The EyUp Skills coding course will be delivered in partnership with the award winning iO Academy. It is a fully immersive 16 week Full Stack Track, teaching people all they need to know to get their first job as a software developer. Learning in small classes from professional developers with real-life experience, students gain practical