Are you a Graduate starting out? If you have a degree or diploma in #IT and would like to catapult your #career off the starting blocks then you need to consider an #apprenticeship with Kaleidocode Pivot (#KCP).
KCP offers two different unique apprenticeships to suit your skill set. Currently we are offering: Apprenticeship for Automated Test and Development Apprenticeship for Test Analyst.
Apply now here. Applications close 30 September 2020.
OUR VIRTUAL APPRENTICESHIP SESSIONS ARE TAKING PLACE ON 28 JULY, 30 JULY, 5 AUGUST & 7 AUGUST 2020!
Email us at email@example.com, or use our contact form and we will send you the ZOOM Links to the sessions.
At KCP, we offer different apprenticeships designed to fit you! KCP offers two different unique apprenticeships to suit your skillset.
Currently we are offering:
What makes our apprenticeships right for you? To find out more, watch this short video clip:
Covering 5 different bootcamps including; Test, Automation, Coding, Analysis and Professional skills takes a whole range of people to deliver.
Pictured we have coaches who work with our apprentices from every discipline; development, business analysis, testing, and agile scrum masters. Whilst it takes hours to prepare curriculum, interactive sessions and provide loads of feedback, our team of coaches frequently share how rewarding being involved in this programme is to them.
The road to being taken on as an apprentice at KCP is a long one. It comprises various assessment, several interviews and meeting lots of people. When we take you on as an apprentice we want to make sure it is the very best decision for you and for us.
After receiving well over 150 applications for the programme here are our 4 amazing apprentices who are starting their software career journey.
A lot goes into developing our successful apprenticeship programs. Connecting with students at universities and sharing our opportunity is a large part of that.
One of the most powerful part of these career days, is seeing apprentices from previous years volunteering their time to share their stories with students and inspiring them to apply and change arc of their careers.
Spent a great morning with the students and faculty at Varsity College Durban North, explaining the benefits and impact of our Apprenticeship program.
One of our current Pivot18 apprentices, Brandon, joined us helping explain how the program works and how he has found it helped him so far. There was lots of interest and many diverse questions. Employability based on experience is a hot topic and was felt keenly by the students we talked to.
We were very encouraged by the openness and enthusiasm. We received a number of applications from students and have a follow up or two planned with staff. Congratulations to Lucie Bowyer and her team for hosting a well supported and well organised career fair.
Women-In-Tech KZN joined together to raise money for Kerr house, a local shelter for women in crisis. It was an amazing event that was well attended by movers and shakers in the IT industry and made for an interesting and fun morning whilst supporting a needy cause.
Several attendees shared anecdotes on lessons learned and experiences they have had in the career. The founders of WIT KZN also shared on the vision of WIT and what they want to accomplish to support girls and women as they develop their careers in IT.
Kerr House is a place of hope, healing and new beginnings. Kerr House is the Durban Hospice for Women. Kerr House provides a safe haven for abused and destitute women. This shelter for women in crisis was launched in 1951 and is registered as a Non-Profit Organisation under the auspices of the Rectors of St Paul's and Cyprian Anglican parishes. To learn more how to support Kerr House visit the website.
KC Pivot and Kaleidocode are proud to support and sponsor WIT-KZN.
KZN technical leaders being inspired by Sheryl Sandberg COO of Facebook at #KZNWomenInTech #LeanIn
The launch of the KZN Women in Tech initiative was well attended by more than 40 women from the local Durban ICT industry. Several major corporates were represented such as SA Home Loans, Mr Price Group and LexisNexis, as well as smaller interest groups.
The key speakers were Linda Chettiar (Embury College) unpacking talent fostering, and Anujah Sewchurran (Chillisoft) sharing her career experiences and her advice for women.
The material was well received with many attendees sharing the same experiences and finding the success stories inspirational.