Congratulations Adam Ferguson​ for Graduating the SCS!

Posted by Netmatters

Adam Ferguson SCS Graduate Certificate

We are pleased to announce that after only 8 months spent on our Netmatters Scion Coalition Scheme (SCS), Adam Ferguson has successfully graduated. Adam has secured employment here at Netmatters as a junior developer.

The Netmatters SCS was created to bridge the gap in the local tech industry and to help create new opportunities for aspiring web developers to progress in their training and, therefore career. This is why, the Scion Coalition Scheme is a professional development training program that teaches technical skills, but also how to work appropriately in a professional environment.

Thanks to our sponsors, we are able to offer employment opportunities following completion of the scheme. We partner with a number of varying companies in the East Anglian region like Engage Health Systems Ltd, Tech East, Modality systems and of course, Netmatters. We have also officially launched a self-funded entry to the programme, information on which can be found here.

During his time on the scheme, Adam has remained focused and driven with his learning. We have no doubts that he will excel in his new role and his success acts as a testament to the Scion Coalition Scheme, proving it to be an invaluable opportunity for bright, motivated people.

" Adam has been a fantastic student on the course, taking each new challenge in his stride. It was this positive attitude along with a real talent for coding which lead to his employment with us." - Tessa Woodrow, Scion Coalition Scheme Training Manager

We’d like to once again congratulate Adam and are extremely thankful for all of the dedication shown throughout his time here. We hope you join us in wishing Adam congratulations and good luck with his career!

Are you interested in helping us grow the next generation of tech talent? Our developers will be looking for a company where they reach their full potential and will be sure to make an impact in your organisation. Speak to us today about becoming a sponsor?

For all questions relating to the Scion Coalition Scheme, contact Netmatters today. Call us on 01603 515007 to speak to an expert member of the team. Alternatively, you can contact us on the form below.

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