Coding boot camps have cropped up across Nigeria to fill the growing demand for developer talent, however identifying these talents at very young ages is very pertinent, in this regard, the Henry Alex-Duduyemi Memorial College (HAMEC) was founded 25 years ago by Chief Oyekunle Alex-Duduyemi is taking the lead in the regards in the city of Ile-Ife, Osun state to be precise to train young kids between the age of 10 and 16 on the future of work.
This year’s coding and robotics Bootcamp started on a great note, so far the kids have learned how to program and deploy robots, the use and application of Scratch software, create a simple game using motion, simple algorithm skills, enhanced mathematical reasoning, foundations, and designing robots.
However, testimonials from the learners themselves have proven, that the tech Bootcamp was a success. The program brings an exciting new form of outcome-based education, where students can go from zero coding experience to professional in weeks.
There is an increasing demand for more developers across the world, and finding that talent can be a herculean process for organizations. With the increasing rate of unemployment at an alarming rate, Henry Alex-Duduyemi Memorial College (HAMEC) is taking the initiative to impart into the lives of these teens through training the basic technical skills like coding and robotics, which would make the teens in the future, become employable or employer of labour.
According to the trainers of EduPoint who are deployed to train the kids of Henry Alex-Duduyemi Memorial College (HAMEC), Bootcamp graduates will have the ability to provide the unique technology solutions and innovation that are needed to complement the growth of Nigerian’s economy. “Developers play a key part in growing the tech ecosystem, innovation, and economy at large.” Says an EduPoint trainer. “We aim to give them the tools they need to launch their programming careers and release them back into the local community in the future.”
To get your kids and teens to have an edge over their peers and stay ahead of their careers simply reach out to the administrator of Henry Alex-Duduyemi Memorial College (HAMEC) on 08033016310 or 08140847151 or visit https://www.hamcol.com to know more.
About Henry Alex-Duduyemi Memorial College (HAMEC)
Henry Alex-Duduyemi Memorial College (HAMEC) was established on 24th November, 1997 by Chief Oyekunle Alex-Duduyemi, the Asiwaju of Ile – Ife . We are a co-educational boarding school for children aged 10 – 17 years. We are fortunate to be situated in Ile-Ife in the South West of Nigeria, a quiet serene town often referred to as the centre of Yoruba culture. To find out more about please visit https://www.hamcol.com or email: info@ info@ hamcol.com or you can call 08033016310 or 08140847151for a faster response.
EduPoint is a platform that trains kids on coding and robotics across schools in Nigeria. Currently, we have trained over 35,000 learners across several schools in several locations in Nigeria. To find out more about please visit https://edupoint.org.ng/coding or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or you can call o chat at 08177772980, for a faster response.