Improving Digital and Coding Skills for Inmates
The project intends to develop an innovative training programme on Coding for detained people that can be re-introduced in the society (18-60) starting from the digital literacy up to the basics of Coding and by developing their business and entrepreneurship attitudes. The project addresses these individuals thus to improve their job opportunities and for successful re-entry through business and technology training. Coding education is not only about equipping the current and next generation to work as software engineers, it is about promoting computational thinking. It combines Mathematics, Logic and Algorithms, and teaches a new way to think about the world.
The Free to Code project is co-financed by ERASMUS + programme ( KA2 - Strategic Partnerships for adult education). ERASMUS + is the new EU programme for Education, Training, Youth, and Sport (2014-2020).
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