Refugees trained in coding to meet tech skills shortage
Refugees and migrants are being trained as sought-after coding experts to help secure careers and address a skills shortage in the West Midlands technology industry.
Smethwick-based ACH (formerly Ashley Community Housing) is leading the project with the support of the CodeDoor network.
ACH was established in 2008 as a social enterprise specialising in the integration of refugees through training and accommodation.
The organisation has resettled more than 2,000people from refugee backgrounds in this time and is now a leading p... For the full story register now for free or login below...