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Want to expand your ICT skills or perhaps learn the fundamentals of Python programming?


Kajaani University of Applied Sciences offer free of charge training starting in autumn 2019. In this training you will not only learn the basics of versatile and popular Python programming language but also to use it in different IoT (Internet of Things) applications. Training is university level, 15 ECTS in total and mainly implemented as online studies. Training will take place between September and December 2019. Students can choose if they want to participate to all courses or if they want to take some of them. Studies are mainly online studies so training is possible to complete alongside work. Teaching is mostly in English. If student later starts degree studies in a university of applied sciences, ECTS from this training can be granted for degree studies.


Courses -  choose all courses or pick up the most interesting ones

After this training students will have basic skills of Python programming language and knowledge how to use it for different IoT solutions. Learned skills will help students to find job in ICT industry and update their skills to fit the changing requirements of software industry.

To who
Training is for all interested. Students are required an ability to work independently and willingness and enthusiasm to develop his/her skills. Also, basic skills of programming and computer use are required. Persons living, studying or working in Kainuu area are prioritized when choosing students.

Training will be implemented in the autumn 2019, between September and December.


Registration will take place 6.5. – 31.7.2019 by filling the registration form. 
All registered will have information about training in August 2019.
More information about training

Taneli Rantaharju
tel. 044 7101 253
email: taneli.rantaharju@kamk.fi

Training is part of DWBL-project, Digital & Work Based Learning to boost employment opportunities. Project is funded by European Social Fund, granted by Centre for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment of Pohjois-Pohjanmaa.