Free web developer course in Rome for migrants

Application deadline November 19

08 November, 17:30

    (ANSAmed) - ROME, NOVEMBER 8 - The central migrant reception service in Rome is offering 10 young migrants and refugees the chance to participate in a free training course to become web programmers. Starting on November 22, the training will provide participants with the tools and know-how to create the foundations for online and app programming. The deadline to apply for the course is November 19, 2018. The cooperative Programma Integra, which is sponsoring the initiative, said the course aims to train students in building websites on their own and in learning about opportunities for online independent study on the topic. The course will consist of 18 four-hour lessons, one each week, for a total of 72 classroom hours. Course modules include basic knowledge regarding the Internet and personal computing, research on resources for online training, web architecture, the world of Open Source, the basics of HTML and CSS, as well as an overview of databases, Wordpress, and PHP programming.

    The course is open to a maximum of 10 migrants and refugees hosted in the SPRAR migrant reception system, ordinary migrant reception centres, or foreign residents not using reception services. Participants must have a good level of Italian (equivalent to or higher than B1) and basic computer knowledge.

    Access to the course requires a selection meeting on November 22, 2018 from 9:30 a.m. to 13:30 at the office of the Rome central migrant reception service (Sportello Unico per l'Accoglienza Migranti). To participate, the course application must be submitted by November 19, 2018 to the email address (ANSAmed).

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