Codecool Technocrat opens another programming school in Vienna

After Hungary, Poland and Romania, Codecool opens its sixth training center in the Talent Garden in Vienna, Austria. The first introductory course will begin on September 20 at the site, which was inaugurated at the end of August. For now, they’re starting an intense entertainment program: 5 days for as little as € 50, specifically with the intention of promoting programming.

“One would think that the fence in the West is made of sausages, digitalization is ahead of us on several levels, and young adults who are consciously building careers are open to training. However, this is far from the case: we need to work on this market as thoroughly as we do in other countries: we need to validate the methodology, we need to build trust, we need to give us a vision. ”

– says József Boda, co-founder-managing director, about the new school opening.

The Austrian Chamber of Commerce estimates that there are currently 24,000 workers missing from Austria’s IT sector, mainly from development positions. Codecool aims to fill this gap here, as in other countries, in a well-proven way. Their most popular course, the job-guaranteed, one-year intensive, full-stack junior programming program, begins in early October.

“We are already doing this introduction procedure in the fourth country, and we are always surprised that even if the market environment is slightly different, how similar are the people, their motivations, their concerns.”

Says Boda.

“For an Austrian, a job guarantee is just as valuable, as is a post-payment scheme. No matter how digitized the world around us is when it comes to our occupation, we are cautious and looking for security, and we need a push to move us towards a future career. ”

That’s why the Austrian school team decided that in September, with a 5-day introductory training, those interested can experience what it’s like to study at Codecool and how it feels to write their first code. The goals are ambitious, with a Viennese subsidiary led by Sigrid Hantusch-Taferner planning to train 300 students a year. A scholarship specifically offered to female applicants can also help achieve this goal: one in ten of them can study for free if they apply to the scholarship program.

The placement of the graduated juniors is not expected to be a problem in Vienna either, an agreement has already been reached with the first partner, Raiffeisen.

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