The program #10000Codeurs proposed by Objis allows undergraduates and graduates in the telecoms industry to acquire practical skills and significantly increase their employability in the growing area of web and mobile application development.
It helps tackle the problem of youth employment in Africa and enables young people to become active participants in the digital transformation of the continent.
Objis is a computer training center with over 10 years of technical and educational expertise, recognized by professionals. The founder and president, Douglas Mbiandou, has set the objective of training more than 10,000 IT professionals who will aid digital development in Africa between 2015 and 2025, while increasing their employability.
The center is present in Congo Brazzaville, Senegal, Morocco, Ivory Coast and Cameroon.
Practical training and certifications are given by teachers who are also recognized professionals in the computer programming sector. Young people who receive the Objis ‘Designer JAVA Developer’ certification will go on to contribute to the digital transformation of the continent.
Find out more about Objis training on their website.