3,000 vacancies in technology training at no cost is the bet of Oracle Colombia with the second call of its Oracle Next program, which seeks to support people who are passionate about technology, who have not been able to access higher education, in order to connect them with the market labor technology in Latin Americawhich, given its growth, needs a labor force.
For 6 months, beneficiaries will be able to take structured online courses focused on programming and entrepreneurship to strengthen technical and non-technical skills.
The topics on which the course will be developed are:
The goal of this course is to learn the basics of programming and expand knowledge for the logic and software development market.
Learn one of the most widely used programming languages in the world. Java is used to create applications for computers, smartphones, tablets, and even video games.
During the course, students will learn the basics of the business world to transform their programming knowledge into products or services.
Once the course is finished, the beneficiaries will be able to connect labor with companies allied to Oracle Colombia.
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WHO CAN ACCESS?
People over 18 years of age who did not have access to quality education, including lack of access to complementary courses and university. And who also seek to build a career in the area of technology from which they want to transform their lives and social context.
HOW TO REGISTER?
1. Enter the call through the following link.
two. Complete the registration with your personal data.
3. And wait for an email with the steps to start the free courses.