ITI launches new training program in cooperation with AAIB


The Information Technology Institute (ITI) of the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology announced on Saturday the launch of a new training program to be delivered in cooperation with the Arab-African International Bank (AAIB) .

The joint training program aims to expand the influence of ambitious young Egyptians in the ICT workplace and increase the efficiency of young graduates.

This is part of the ministerial strategy for digital capacity building, which aims to bridge the gap between the results of the educational process and the real demands of the labor market in the fields of information and communication technologies. by offering specialized training programs to prepare young people at the highest level in line with the successive global development of technology and in a way that qualifies them to obtain distinct employment opportunities.

Heba Saleh, Director of the Institute of Information Technology (ITI), said cooperation with AAIB is a continuation of the institute’s approach of cooperating with various major entities to support training young people in digital tools in various sectors.

She added that the program, in its first cycle, will provide training and employment opportunities in the area of ​​“MEARN development” for a limited number of distinguished trainees.

The training period is approximately 600 hours and will cover the following areas: ES.Next, Javascript Design and Architectural Patterns, GraphQL API, JavaScript Unit Testing & TDD, Responsive Web Design Fundamentals, React Native, Secure Coding Fundamentals, Docker and Kubernates Fundamentals.

Regarding the program application requirements, she said that the training opportunity is available for various young people as long as they hold higher qualifications and are Egyptian.

The institute stipulated that applicants must have a “Good” level or above, be a recent graduate or at most a graduate within the past 10 years, and pass all required admission tests and personal interviews. The deadline to apply for the program is January 13.




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