Coding for Kids
IIPGH(The Institute of ICT Professionals Ghana) Academy is the platform for students, professionals, and organizations to accelerate ICT education and for economic growth and social good and to inspire confidence that enables innovation in our environment. IIPGH Academy is at the very heart of the ICT innovation and training, fostering knowledge in evolving technologies, services, and allocation of resources to create a seamless global ICT human resource capacity and ecosystem that is practical, reliable, and convenient.The Academy is focused on providing ICT skills training that enables the digital evolution of organizations. So far, together with our partners, IIPGH Academy has trained over 30,000 persons (since 2018) in Digital Skills, various computer programming languages, web technologies, Data Science, and cybersecurity. The organization consists of professionals across all the domains of ICT. Our members have experience in both domestic and international ICT markets contributing to projects and the management of the operations for top organizations in the ICT industry. Our goal is to provide the most professional ICT service at the minimum cost that will enable individuals and organizations to invest the cost savings in order to grow. OUR AIM
The organization aims to use its platform to equip professionals and students with skills in emerging technologies that would augment teaching and learning, entrepreneurship and employability in today’s fast-moving technological world.
- Coding Education for Ghana Program (for kids, teens, and adults)
- Professional Skills Development – Python for Data Science for professionals; Information and Cybersecurity; Data Protection; Internet Governance.
- National Teaching Council accreditation–Continuous Professional Development for teachers
- Digital skills education (basic, intermediate, advanced)
Institute Of Ict Professionals Ghana | Coding Caravan Initiative
Today we were in Agona Swedru to introduce students to coding a part of our Coding Caravan initiative. MP for for Agona West constituency, HON. CYNTHIA MAMLE MORRISON joined us to motivate the pupils to embrace coding! The Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) of Agona West Mr. Evan Addison-Coleman was also present to encourage the pupils to take advantage of the opportunity to learn new digital skills like coding. Over 200 pupils and 40 tutors drawn from Swedru and its surrounding communities converged at St. Anthony of Padua, Agona Swedru for a full day hands on coding workshop. Next stop is Prampram in the Ningo-Prampram District of the Greater Accra Region. This coding caravan initiative is a partnership between the Institute of ICT Professionals Ghana and the Ghana Chamber of Telecoms to promote coding education in Ghana and beyond.