Manchester headquartered Northcoders, the coding bootcamp for the North, has added two new tutors to its teaching team. The new tutors are Anthony Medina and Paul Rogerson.
Both are qualified coders and will be responsible for delivering Northcoders’ curriculum, mentoring students on a group and one to one basis, as well as researching and staying abreast of industry news, technology trends and changes in tech.
Before joining Northcoders, Anthony taught English in South Korea; whilst Paul previously worked at an international accountancy firm in IT risk consulting and assurance.
Anthony said of his new role: “I find helping people to learn really rewarding and I love coding, so Northcoders is the perfect combination of my two passions. It’s a truly forward thinking and dynamic business so it’s incredibly exciting to now be part of its journey.”
Chris Hill, Chief of Operations at Northcoders, added: “We saw real talent in Anthony and Paul. More than that, we saw people with empathy and a natural ability to share their expertise, natural teachers, who will be a great asset to Northcoders and to our students.”
Over the past few months, Northcoders was selected as one of the country’s brightest tech stars in Creative England’s CE50 list, it launched its new Developer Pathway Course and first ever software apprenticeship programme that aims to drive participation in the tech sector.