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iHub By James Ndiga / March 19, 2014

Learn to Earn Remote training program

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Guest post by Israel Kloss.

Learn To Earn (LTE) is a Computer Science and Technology remote training program that provides a strong foundation in the fundamentals of Web Development and a specialization in WordPress. Students will learn how to create effective and strategically sound websites for a real-world clients.

LTE’s classes take place on Saturdays at 4pm to 5pm (EAT time) with trainers and professors from the USA rotating through the topics listed under curriculum here:

https://experiment.com/projects/can-free-and-remote-computer-training-expand-stem-enrollment-in-east-africa

We accept applications from East Africans who have a passion in the field of technology and who want to learn Computer Science basics.

Students applying for this mentor-ship program must satisfy these prerequisites:

1) Understand and type English (for those with English-speaking mentors).

2) Be able to type at least 30 words per minute,

3) Have access to a computer with adequate internet access.

4) Have attended an in-person Google hangout training class as a prerequisite.

Personal and remote tutoring is also available for a fee.

To learn how to apply or for more information on tutoring, please email the LTE Nairobi Director, Cavin Ongogo at cavin@findable.me

 

Author : James Ndiga


1 comment
  • Israel Kloss at 01:54:28AM Thursday, March 27, 2014

    We are looking forward to doing the Google Hangout training this class at the IHub on Saturday April 26th! Thanks for posting this, James!

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