Training the latest generation of software developers

You’re invited to take control of your future and join our software development course. We know that great software developers can come from any background. With our many years of experience training graduates in software development we are now applying that same experience to people who have no previous experience with development but have the will to learn.

As a part of the training we guarantee a job placement after the bootcamp.

Explore our course today and get in touch with any questions.

Our Team

Photo of Gareth Johnson

Gareth Johnson

Head of TechSwitch

Photo of James Griffiths

James Griffiths


Photo of Rupert McKay

Rupert McKay


Photo of Stephen Shaw

Stephen Shaw


Photo of Sasha Burgoyne

Sasha Burgoyne

Course Manager

Photo of Mike Walker

Mike Walker


Photo of Sophia Lin


Senior Sales Manager

Photo of Josh Powell



Companies we've worked with

NSPCC logo Altran logo Square Enix logo Anthony Nolan logo Softwire logo Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales logo

Meet our recent Techswitchers

Photo of Jake

I came in to this course with almost no prior knowledge of programming and through it secured a full-time developer role. Whilst the course is fast-paced and challenging, Techswitch does a great job of ensuring you feel truly valued and supported throughout by offering great teaching, frequent one-on-one chats and, if you need it, extra mentoring and tasks to make sure you nail those core concepts. The course has undoubtedly fast-tracked my career, and with the added safety net of expert tuition, top-end technology and even mock interviewing, I would highly recommend Techswitch to anyone looking to get in to software development.

Photo of Kapil

The Techswitch course has been such a great experience for me personally. While coding was what drew me to software development, the Techswitch course develops you to be a good software engineer. Of course, there’s a lot of coding involved as well! But less common topics, that are brushed off in online tutorials, are given equal (and sometimes more) importance. Things like learning git, the importance of testing, and working in an agile way have definitely given me a true understanding of what it means to be a real software engineer. On top of that, the actual course itself is really fun which makes coming in everyday so motivating and gets you genuinely excited to start a career in software development.

Photo of Jed

The course starts with writing basic code and very quickly develops into larger and more challenging projects. Each week involves new techniques and technologies across a wide range of applications which provides the basis which you can build upon independently or with the help of the trainer. It not only teaches you how to program but shows you what a job might involve in the industry to prepare you for a job in the future.