Audacia has launched its second graduate training programme in a bid to offer opportunities to tech graduates entering the job market during the COVID-19 crisis.
Jane Imrie

Leeds and London software firm creates tech jobs with graduate training scheme

A software development company with offices in Yorkshire and London has pledged its commitment to the tech sector with the launch of its training programme.

Audacia has launched its second graduate training programme in a bid to offer opportunities to tech graduates entering the job market during the COVID-19 crisis.

The firm, which specialises in the design, development and delivery of business-critical software systems, is a Microsoft Gold Partner, and works with clients such as mechanical seals manufacturer AESSEAL, the National Institute of Health Research, telecommunications provider O2; and vehicle hire company Europcar.

Audacia’s 2019 programme saw all graduates secure full-time development roles within the Leeds and London-based business, and the firm wanted to offer this year’s graduates opportunities in the industry in spite of the economic situation.

Head of engineering at Audacia, Richard Brown, commented: “It’s been a difficult year for businesses, but it has been an especially challenging time for graduates.

“Leaving higher education to enter the world of work is a daunting prospect without the added uncertainty of doing so during a pandemic, so we are so pleased to be in a position to offer the graduate scheme to four talented individuals this year.

“The goal is to continue the momentum of training and introduce new talent into the technology sector, no matter what the economic circumstances are, so – when the world recovers from this crisis – Audacia is here to support businesses as a first-class team of experienced software development professionals.”

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