Women’s Tech Hub ~ Bristol recognised a need to actively develop programmes for women and gender non-conforming folks in tech, focusing on supportive strategies such as mentoring, training & confidence boosting, as well as re:Train for individuals new to tech.


I recently returned to Bristol from overseas and felt isolated job hunting and freelancing from home. WTH has given me a structured space to work from each week, workshops to improve my skills, new friends, and biscuits. I look forward to it every week.
Deanna Marbeck, Digital Project Manager
WTH Giraffe

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‘Enhance Your LinkedIn Profile’, ‘Take Control of Your Digital Spaces’, ‘Productivity Tools’,  ‘CSS Grid Layout ‘  with Ajara I. Pfannenschmidt.
‘Usability, UX and Design Basics and Resources’ with Eriol Fox.
‘Effective Use of Social Media’ with Viki Johnson.
‘Introduction into Python’ with Eleni Lixourioti.

WTH Training Workshop


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‘Coffee Talks’ – with local companies.
In 2017 we had 15 different industry speakers coming in, introducing their company and sharing their job openings on Fridays co-working sessions.

Soft Skills

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‘Learn to Identify Your Transferable Skills’ with Sari Vanska.
‘The Thinking Environment’ with Caroline Morris.
‘Small Steps to Sucess’ with Carole Johnson.

re:Train | Tech Courses

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‘Machine Learning’ – 10 sessions with Chew-Yean Yam.
‘Data Management’– 6 sessions with KETL.

re:Vamp | Job Ready

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2 consecutive session covering different aspects of job search including Skill Identifying, CV Structure  & Content, LinkedIn Profile, Interview Practice and much more with Dr. Constance Fleuriot, Sari Vanska, Ajara I. Pfannenschmidt and industry speakers.

re:Boot | Returnship

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