Our DevOps Transformation and Delivery services are unpinned by our unique DevOps Academy. It’s one of the things we’re most proud of, taking all that we’ve learnt to train STEM graduates to become junior DevOps engineers in just 12-weeks. Our DevOps Academy is not only helping us by connecting our clients with scarce talent, but it equips the next generation of tech talent.
Since 2017 Automation Logic has been training small groups of aspiring engineers to become junior DevOps Consultants. This was a response to the scarcity of DevOps talent and lack of standards and best practices in this relatively new sector.
The AL DevOps Academy provides an intensive 12-week DevOps training course that provides a vital grounding to be successful. You will then get the opportunity to join our talented teams of engineers working on-site with our clients.
The Academy covers everything you’ll need to begin your career in DevOps, including:
Week 1 & 2:
Week 3 & 4:
Week 5 & 6:
Week 7 & 8:
Week 9 & 10:
Week 11 & 12:
We won’t charge you for your training, in fact we pay you a London living wage for the duration of your 12 weeks, and upon graduation you go straight onto a Junior DevOps Engineers salary with great progression opportunities.
Benefits: You receive a Macbook and anything else you may need to sufficiently do your job on day one. We will also provide you with any equipment you need to work comfortably from home!
Automation Logic offers £125 a month for flexi-benefits which can be used on dental / health insurance, gym memberships, cycle to work schemes and so many other things of your choosing. As well as company Pension and a generous 25 days holiday + bank holidays.
"The AL DevOps Academy has been a transformative force for our organisation. Not just from a capability perspective, but also for diversity and inclusion. My only regret is not having done it sooner."Kris Saxton (Founder)
"The AL DevOps Academy has been a transformative force for our organisation. Not just from a capability perspective, but also for diversity and inclusion. My only regret is not having done it sooner."