Rincon offers free online course "Mobile app development with Android"

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Rincon offers free online course “Mobile app development with Android”.
The Rincón de la Victoria City Council opens the deadline for submitting applications for eight places in the Public Employment Offer.
The action, which is part of the Spring Training Offer, is targeted at young people aged 16 to 35. Individuals interested in participating may do so directly via an online form.
According to Councillor Antonio José Martn, the Youth Department of the Rincón de la Victoria Town Hall has announced the addition of a new course to the Training Offer of free online courses for young people of the municipality aged 16 to 35 years (PP).
This is a 40-hour online course on “Development of mobile apps using Android.”
Martin has stated that “from Monday, 21 June, registration for this course will open and can be completed directly via an online form.”
Registration will be open from 21 to 25 June, or until all 30 available spaces have been filled.
The course will run from 1 to 16 July, with virtual presence available between 10pm and 12pm.
Each participant must have a computer with an internet connection; during the course, the free software ‘Android Studio’ will be installed, allowing students to develop the necessary programming for the creation of an APP; therefore, the student’s computer must have at least 2GB of RAM and 4GB of free hard disk space.
Students who successfully complete the course will receive a certificate of completion.
Francisco Salado (PP), Mayor of Rincón de la Victoria, has emphasized the “importance of giving free training programs to our youth with the goal of improving their professional qualifications.”
The Youth area is preparing a total of eight training initiatives, with 240 spots available between March and June.
The courses include English C1 (50 hours), Morning Classroom and School Lunchroom Monitor (26 hours), Alzheimer’s Care (30 hours), Social Networks Without Issues (15 hours), Introduction to Video Game Development for Young People (15 hours), Special Education Monitor and Sign Language Module (50 hours), and Mobile APP Development with Android (50 hours) (40 hours).
Finally, the councillor stated that “we are currently working on the final quarter of the year’s training offer, which we will present in October.”
As reported by Axarquia Plus

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Natasha Brewer