Three Month Coding Bootcamp

With a direct employment opportunity


An intensive, three-month software development course and work experience for eight enthusiastic candidates dreaming of jumping into a creative, lucrative and sought after career. Candidates will learn how to code emerging technologies such as augmented reality mobile applications, games and artificial intelligence.


There’s a technical skills gap in the UK. In today’s fast moving, tech-driven economy, it has never been more important for businesses to automate, and for the UK to develop the skills it needs.


This bootcamp is open to anyone from the Horsham district with an enthusiasm for software development, whether looking for a career change or their first job after leaving school. You don’t need to be a maths genius to become a software developer.


The bootcamp will start on the 2nd of September 2019 and run for 12 weeks.


The bootcamp will be run from Automation Squared’s offices in Horsham.


£8,500 including vat.
A Mac Book Pro will be provided, which those candidates that aren’t subsequently employed by Automation Squared will get to keep.


To find out more, RVSP before the 19th July 2019 to join us for an open evening, talks, nibbles and drinks on the 24th July from 18:00 to 20:00.

Automation Squared was founded in 2007 by Anthony Stonham as a software development consultancy company. Since 2017, the company has been steadily building its team of developers and innovation leaders focused on providing progressive software applications and business solutions for small and large companies across the UK.

Automation Squared specialise in business automation, mobile applications and emerging technology (including Artificial Intelligence). Projects are very commercially focused to meet the business ambitions of its clients. The team of approximately 20 includes junior and senior developers and business analysts working on live projects.

The Bootcamp will be led by experienced developers and will include work-experience based on live projects. The course will also include tech and business talks from the Automation Squared CEO Anthony Stonham and Mike Herd (former CEO of the Sussex Innovation Centre) to provide business context to the software skills being learnt.

Automation Squared wants to develop new exciting and local software talent to support its own growth and success, it therefore aims to make job offers to at least two of the highest performing candidates, the remainder will walk away with skills, work experience and a state of the art Mac Book Pro.