SEnDIng project completion draws near
As a technology company, Code Runners has always been dedicated to employee growth, continuous learning and applying novel methods to customer challenges. A large part of that dedication has found reflection in the development of a curriculum to expand developer knowledge towards data science and IoT through the SEnDIng project: a collaborative university-business effort, funded by the Erasmus+ Program of the European Union.
You can find more details below:
After 3 years of content development, developers can now enjoy:
- 103 hours of Data Science and IoT online courses,
- 20 hours of transversal skills training,
- 320 hours of work-based training with a suggested curriculum / task
Besides the joy of giving back to the community by developing this educational package, we’re extremely proud with the feedback: 80% of participants find the topics relevant and contributing to their overall work-related knowledge. We hope that developers now have a viable way of expanding their interests in new high-growth, value-adding fields!
If you want to find out more – or even participate, all public deliverables are available for downloading at this page, while the official project page is located here. Good luck – and looking forward to hearing what your experience with the program was!
More about the program: SEnDIng is a 3-year Sector Skills Alliance Erasmus+ project run during the period November 2017 – January 2021. The project consortium consists of 12 partners coming from 4 European countries (Greece, Cyprus, Bulgaria and Ireland): two Higher Education Institutions (HEIs), two Vocational Education and Training (VET) providers, five IT SMEs, two Associations of IT companies and professionals and one Certification Body. The SEnDIng project addresses the skills gap at the Data Science and IoT domains, by providing IT professionals with technical knowledge and skills together with transversal skills and competences that are relevant to the needs of the labour market, are transferable and are recognized among European countries.