Zetech kicks off Python Bootcamp in style
With the advancement of technology in a rapidly revolving global tech world, universities are expected to develop innovative solutions for the world. Education, health management, production and manufacturing have all become easier to manage with the advancement of technology.
It is proven that in the near future, technology will run the world; traditional poises of technology have already been outdated and therefore a need for technological knowledge and advancement is indispensable.
In response to this, the University launched the Zetech Python Boot camp late January to equip students with additional skills for the market. The five week program kicked off with an engaging session led by World Vision East Africa IT Director George Nyabera, attracting hundreds of students to register for the initiative.
According to Head of Department, Faculty of ICT and Engineering, Daniel Njeru, the objective of the Boot camp is to train students in Python and enable them to acquire new industry skills in IT, project development and collaboration.
“We had an exciting start, challenging our more seasoned students to work collaboratively with faculty in designing and delivery of content. We appreciate the support of the VC Prof Munene and the leadership team in providing the resources required to run a successful initiative.” he said.
The program will conduct weekly sessions all via online video platforms and will at the end award ad certify participants.
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