Ghanaian Ed-Tech Start-Up, 24.Qode, partners with Israeli Developers.Institute to run high-level career accelerated coding Bootcamps in Ghana.
24.QODE is a Ghanaian Ed-Tech Startup committed to building Africa’s wholesome Techforce. Co-founded by two Ashesi University Alumni, the start-up company has partnered with Developers.Institute, an Israeli Coding Institute ranked one of the world’s best coding Bootcamps for 2021 by Switchup with the goal of providing, selective & intensive coding Bootcamps that will train the next generation of tech talent with advanced mentored courses in Web Development. They will be working with the industry’s leading professionals to take participants from beginner to job-ready developers in 3 months.
According to the International Finance Corporation, Ghana is slated to offer 9 million digital jobs and nearly $4 billion in revenue potential through 2030. This has made it imperative for 24.Qode to provide a “learn by doing” & tech industry-aligned coding Bootcamp that is on par with the highest and latest standards and will be highly in tune with real-time, real-world industry demands.
According to the CEO of 24.Qode: “this partnership offers our startup the opportunity to contribute to Ghana’s growing Tech Talent ecosystem. With twitter establishing its presence in Ghana coupled with the booming startup ecosystem across fintech, e-commerce, mobility/logistics,ed-tech, and health-tech, we cannot help but contribute to providing top Tech Talents to these companies”.
In addition to its contribution to increasing quality standards, Developers Institute has campuses globally with Bootcamps in Israel (Tel-Aviv), Mexico (Mexico City), India, Cameroon (Yaounde), Senegal (Dakar), Burkina Faso (Ouagadougou), and in Mauritius.
“We believe that practical skills training, a supportive global community, and career development programs can allow anyone with motivation, resilience and benevolence, regardless of their academic background or employment history, the ability to write their stories through technology,” said Avner Maman, Co-founder and CEO of Developers Institute.
We are highly motivated to improve our cooperation with Ghana and Israel and share our best practice as a startup nation in developing the next generation of young tech talent.
Developers.Institute.Ghana will offer part-time and full-time Bootcamps in Fullstack and Java Script.
The first cohort open to the public will start on June 28th, 2022.
For more information on Developers.Institute.Ghana or any other education, edtech, or tech-training opportunities between Israel and Ghana please contact Maame Yaa Amoah, our lead on education, training, cyber, and IT sectors.