Code school, an iSpace initiative that has impacted lives over the period of four years, has opened applications to train people in Python and Java programming languages.
The program which has seen many participants benefit from it over the years will once again offer all the needed skills one needs in Python and Java for a successful coding school this year.
iSpace, a tech hub and non-governmental organization known for a great deal of tech related activities, is the only indigenous owned tech hub in Ghana. It has over the years provided the platform to train both Ghanaians and foreigners in the field of capacity building, instrumental and technical programs such as the Unlocking Women and Technology project, Phoenix kids and others.
The Programs Manager of iSpace, Nma Favour Ozichukwu, announcing the opening, stated that: “it is one of iSpace’s aim to bridge the gap when it comes to the world of tech in this country. Code school has come to stay and as usual we have created the platform for all code enthusiasts to apply for the beginners’ class and subsequently join us on this amazing ride”.
The deadline for applications is Tuesday, the 28th of November, 2017 as classes will begin on the 4th of December, 2017. Interested individuals can find out more about code school by visiting www.ispacegh.com or call 050 655 6614 for further details.