ICT Hub Korca – Java Training Bootcamp

Between 13th October to 7th November, the ‘EU for Innovation’ programme implemented by GIZ and Sida, jointly with the Municipality of Korça and its partners from the two ICT companies Forward and Armundia Factory under the initiative “ICT HUB KORÇA” are conducting a four week intensive Java training bootcamp consisting of two online/offline sessions a week. The training is being conducted as part of the ICT skills initiative under the ICT HUB KORÇA and seeks to strengthen ICT skills among youngsters, students, aspiring entrepreneurs and professionals.

People signing up for the course have to be committed to complete the entire training bootcamp and shall possess the following qualifications:

> Bachelor’s degree in computer science or similar (engineering, informatics, business informatics) – bachelor diploma or final year of bachelor degree.

> Knowledge/working experience on any programming language is a plus.

You can find a broad overview about the sessions & topics in the agenda here.

The Java training bootcamp is restricted to a total number of 15 participants and participants must fill out the application form here:

Successful applicants will be informed about their participation on the 7th October 2020 and may undergo an interview process. The Java training bootcamp will be conducted in Albanian language.


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