Moringa School Launches AI Training Program to Prepare Students for the Future of Work

Moringa, a prominent Edtech leader, has recently unveiled a comprehensive suite of training courses in Artificial Intelligence [AI] tailored for both students and professionals. This new offering complements their existing diverse range of courses, including Full Stack Software Engineering, Data Science, UI/UX Product Design, Cybersecurity, and DevOps.

These AI courses are the result of Moringa’s partnership with the renowned US Bootcamp provider, Flatiron School, which delivers training to Global Fortune 500 companies. The AI offerings provided by Moringa will cater to a wide audience, ranging from a Masterclass on “Introduction to Prompt Engineering” to a 1.5-day training session on “AI Strategy for Business Leaders” and even a 1-week short course on “Building and Deploying AI Applications.”

The launch event was attended by key Corporate Decision Makers in the region, coinciding with the establishment of Moringa’s Tech Advisory Board. This highlights Moringa’s prominent position in the market as a leading entity in Africa for providing cutting-edge tech talent training and opportunities, both locally and globally. The newly formed Tech Advisory Board comprises distinguished members such as Akshay Grover [Group CEO of Cellulant], Ben Roberts [Group Chief Technology and Innovation Officer of Liquid Intelligent Technologies], Mike King [CTO of Copia], and Dr. Bright Mawudor [Cyber Security lead at MARA].

Snehar Shah, the CEO and Chair of the Tech Advisory Board, expressed the company’s enthusiasm to benefit from the guidance of these technology experts, enabling them to stay ahead of the curve by meeting the growing demand for skilled talent aligned with market trends. The newly introduced AI courses will be available at affordable prices, with costs starting as low as KES 10,000.

Akshay Grover, representing the Tech Advisory Board members, sees this as an excellent opportunity to give back to Moringa’s mission of transforming tech talent in Africa. The board members’ collective experience in building local and global tech or tech-led organizations will aid in accelerating Africa’s progress in the AI revolution.

Enrolments for the new AI courses will commence from August 2023. Additionally, Moringa will continue to enroll students for their flagship products in a rolling manner, with quarterly cohorts. Graduating students will have opportunities for internships and job placements both locally and globally, further enhancing their career prospects in the tech industry.

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