Registration is now open for the second sessions of the joint “Agility” Program and “CODED” Academy

– Hanadi Al-Saleh: “Agility” supports initiatives that develop digital capabilities

CODED Academy has opened registration for its second session of the training program for university students, after the great success of the first edition of the University Technology Training Program (UniCODE), and with the support of its economic partner, Agility, a leader in supply chain services, infrastructure development, and innovation.

UniCODE is a training program on the basics of digital coding for university students, organized jointly with the Society of Computer Engineers at Kuwait University, and 86 students successfully completed the first course of it.

During the second session, students will learn about 5 areas of computer science, namely, iOS and Android development, programming and web design, game development, and filters, and they will be able to use the latest technologies and programming languages, as part of an intensive short-term training program.

The CEO of CODED Academy, Ahmed Marafie, expressed his happiness with the results of the first session of the program, which resulted in many wonderful ideas presented by the students, which can turn into working applications, pointing out that they have done a great job, and he expected more of these. Initiatives and innovations during the next session.

He stressed his pride that Agility is a strategic partner of the Academy, thanking its team for contributing their time and effort, to be part of the UniCODE program and to train students.

For her part, Chairperson of Agility’s Board of Directors, Hanadi Al-Saleh, said that the company has always supported educational initiatives in the communities in which it operates, especially those that support the development of technical and digital capabilities, which will be the main driver of future demand for the workforce.

She added that CODED provides students in Kuwait with practical programming skills that lay the foundation for the future, stressing that she looks forward to witnessing further progress and expansion in the upcoming UniCode courses.

In a related context, the Chief of Operations at the “CODED” Academy, Hashem Behbehani, thanked all the students who participated in the first “UniCODE” courses, pointing out that it was inspiring to see their ideas develop into working applications.

He said that UniCODE was created specifically for university students from various academic backgrounds and disciplines, noting that the academy’s goal is to help students enhance their understanding of coding and software development, and to link what they have learned with real-world applications.

This comes at a time when male and female students can register to join the “UniCODE” program, by following them on the accounts of the “CODED Academy” on social media (@Joincoded).

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