Making its first in the Philippines, international tech education company GoIT is launching a Full Stack Program that will see beginners learn the ways of IT through training. The announcement came a month following the company’s entry into the Philippine market.
The 10-month program seeks to teach its participants skills that are essential in transitioning into the field while also providing them assistance with job opportunities upon completion.
The GoIT Full Stack Web Developer Program, which is specially catered to professionals who are looking to make a shift into IT, is but just one of the many programs that GoIT has in store. Facilitating GoIT’s teaching course are its highly-experienced IT mentors who would be sharing their knowledge and expertise with the students.
Aimed at working professionals, GoIT is making the curriculum to be as accessible as possible by providing part-time courses, lasting 2 to 3 hours per day, with possible attendance during the weekends.
Furthermore, the company is making the FullStack Program an easier option through installment payment schemes that can be paid in 3, 6, or 9 months, as it partners with BillEase.
Based on the Philippine IT-BPM Roadmap 2028, which is published by the IT and Business Process Association of the Philippines (IBPAP), the country’s IT industry is expected to grow with an evaluation of US$58.9 billion and will establish some 1.1 million job opportunities by 2028.
In the short period that GoIT has been in the Philippines, it has managed to optimize its processes and was able to hold webinars that see 3,000 individuals attending.
This article, GoIT full stack developer program now in the Philippines, was originally published at NoypiGeeks | Philippines Technology News, Reviews and How to’s.