By CrossRiverWatch Admin
Intensive practical lectures for the TechShack coding class 2 commenced yesterday in Calabar with 20 students sponsored by the Teacher Essien Ita Itam Educational Foundation.
“There will be a follow up after the lectures round up to ensure that they put to good use, what they learnt and contribute their quota to the development of the society and to repay the good faith and gesture of their sponsor, the Teacher Essien Ita Itam foundation,” the statement further read.
TechShack, an innovative and creative solutions hub based in Calabar began operations in 2019 and it is hoped that those who enrolled for the second coding class will emerge with more skills and tools to “solve everyday problems via technology,” TechShack said.
Also, “creative sessions will be held within classes to expand the thinking faculty of the students,” the statement read.
The class, held at Fortisia Consults office, a partner of TechShack will end on Friday, April 30, 2021.
See photos from the training below…
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