Spartanhack, entrepreneurship and programming
The Spanish company offers a wide range of technology and start – up ecosystems courses
This is one of the statements in the report ‘ The Future of Jobs: Employment, Skills and Workforce Strategy for the Fourth Industrial Revolution ‘ signed by the World Economic Forum. The breakdown of technology and Industry 4.0 has changed the world of work and entrepreneurship is almost an accident.
That change of mentality, however, has not reached the entire society. Spain is ranked penultimate country (only behind Bulgaria) in entrepreneurial rates between 2012 and 2016. According to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), only 2.6% of people between the ages of 18 and 64 create their own or shared company that has been running for less than three months, below the European average of 4%.
These two ingredients are the cocktail created by Spartanhack next Monday, March 5, to open their school. “It’s time to grow up. It’s time to create. Schedule your future.” With this flag, they present a programming and entrepreneurship course “focused on introducing anyone interested in and motivated to develop their own project in these environments, regardless of their previous knowledge,” they point out.
“It’s a very young project, a commitment to the future, and a temptation for any age,” says Spartanhack CEO Antonio Serrano. Training of the ‘ future ‘ taught in Alcobendas (Madrid) with multiple scholarships subsidizing courses.
The school offers a wide variety of programming courses, disruptive technology, and startups ‘ ecosystem. Among the training, the program in Big Data, Artificial Intelligence and Data Protection highlights, “which aims, on the one hand, to tackle these disruptive technologies from both a technical and legal point of view; and, on the other, to analyze the practical challenges they pose.”
The courses ‘ prices vary depending on their duration. From the big data and artificial intelligence course’s 850 euros to the programming and entrepreneurship’s 3,500 euros.