Refactory is made by and for tech companies. We teach you the skills you need to secure your career in tech.
We have developed a program that takes you from zero to job-ready in 9 months. The program consists of 3 steps.
A focused three-month program that includes training in leadership, critical thinking, IT project management, as well as introductions to different technologies.
A six-month boot camp, where a key component is working on solving a real problem for one of our industry partners.
A program that gives graduates the opportunity to work at an elite ICT company for 6-12 months.
Develop ideas with your team, hang out in the lounge between the sessions, and build better solutions in our computer lab.
News and blog posts from our community.
March 30, 2020
With the recent outbreak of COVID 19, many things have come to a standstill as quarantine(staying home) has become the best method of keeping safe. However, it has become evident the need to work from home. Now, for some, this can be very exciting but for others, it can cause anxiety and a sense of unease. That’s why it’s important to create an environment that will help you stay sane and more importantly productive. Allow us to share with you a couple of tips on how to stay productive.Read more
March 29, 2020
I gather the month of March and the year 2020 has started off on a rather difficult note, bearing in mind the coronavirus pandemic that leaves many worried and in quarantine. Well, here at Refactory, we haven’t lost all hope, so allow us to share some inspiring stories of ladies making a difference in their communities through the Refactory program. Remember Sandra Nanteza, one of the students here at Refactory who came through a partnership with Educating the Children? Here’s a little more about her and the powerful story behind the woman she is today.Read more
March 16, 2020
The month of March is typically one in which women are celebrated for their resilience, courage and their nurturing spirit. However, one of the things that are hard to ignore is the fact that women are typically underrepresented in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).Read more
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