Disabled people will teach it-professions for free
According to the official website of capital akimat, students will receive skills in Internet marketing, programming and design.
On the eve of Independence Day, the founder of the innovative school "Internet technology" Amir Suleimenov announced free training for it-professions of disabled people.
Training will be held remotely, so residents from all over Kazakhstan can send an application. To date, 50 people have enrolled in the school. People with disabilities will be trained in three main areas of IT-sphere: Internet marketing, programming and design.
"The most popular skills today are SMM management, creation of websites, online stores, development of Android applications, web design. Once I myself on the way to the international Olympics, unfortunately, had an accident. Once in a wheelchair, I was faced with the fact that many of our educational institutions do not have elevators and ramps. I faced a choice: to stay on a bed in four walls or to become the successful person and to come to a way of self-sufficiency. I chose a programmer's profession that allows you to work remotely from anywhere in the world", – said Suleimenov.
To date, the school of "Internet technologies" has already released about 40 people with disabilities from Astana, Karaganda, Petropavlovsk.
Amir Suleimenov began to teach for free in rehabilitation centers, where he met people with higher education and extensive experience who lived only on retirement. Many students of Amir today have their own business or work in large corporations.
"80% of the trained were able to find a job. We trained them in SMM management: how to find the target audience in social networks, how to show goods and services in Instagram", - he added.
More information about free training for people with disabilities can be found on the website isit.kz ahhh!
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