WeThinkCode calls for applications from candidates in Kwa-Zulu Natal for its software programme that
A physical space in a digital world
While much of the academy's teaching is done online, a place where students and faculty can gather is a critical part of the learning process.
"A physical space for learning facilitates community, inspiration, innovation and provides a safe place for our students to share experiences and iron out challenges they may be facing in mastering the coursework. KZN youth wanting a career in software programming can now apply to study at a campus on their doorstep," she adds.
Access for all
Inclusiveness is central to the academy's ethos. "WeThinkCode_
Geographical expansion and the inclusion of more women are not the only evolutionary processes happening at WeThinkCode_
"Finding candidates with the right aptitude and attitude is crucial and therefore we are using a newly-developed approach to identify youth with the required cognitive skills. These are individuals that would otherwise be overlooked by traditional selection methods. In addition, we draw on the expertise of leading technologists for the design of our course material. These experts are continually updating the curriculum content to keep it relevant as the technology landscape changes," she concludes.
Anyone wishing to apply for the course should go to apply.wethinkcode.co.za.