Reboot01 contributes to cementing Bahrain’s position as a regional hub for innovation and tech

Manama, Mar. 29 (BNA): In partnership with the Labour Fund (Tamkeen) and supported by the Bahrain Economic Development Board (EDB), the recently launched coding school in Bahrain, Reboot Coding Institute (Reboot01) is set to enroll around 100 Bahrainis for their first selection pool for its inaugural two-year program.



The program aims to prepare a new generation of highly-skilled professionals and contribute to the development of the technology sector and bridge the tech knowledge gap across multiple industry sectors.



With around twenty campuses across the world, Reboot01’s program has been designed to enable people to transform their careers and enter the world of technology, regardless of their educational and professional backgrounds. Powered by 01 Edu, a French educational platform, the institute’s innovative-based approach is part of the approved 01 Edu global network of coding schools.



Graduates of the two-year program will emerge as full stack developers, and benefit from instant access to a myriad of industries, the tech industry in particular, by supplying the value-added credentials to join leading companies on a more senior level. The program additionally equips students with practical knowledge and key life skills through a collaborative, project-based applied learning approach, which empowers every graduate to adopt a solution-based mindset setting them up for a successful career in the future.



"Reboot01 is a brand-new concept and the first coding school of its kind in Bahrain. It utilises a disruptive model driven by a balanced mix of peer-to-peer learning, gamification, and a collective intelligence methodology to produce highly adept developers equipped with the requisite skill set and creativity to thrive in their tech careers," Managing Director of Reboot01 Coding Institute Yanal Jallad said.



"We’re currently set to enroll around 100 Bahrainis, and the visiting 01 team from France are impressed with the level we have here. The second selection pool will commence in early May after Eid to enroll 100 more Bahrainis and form the first cohort of 200 students," he added.



As part of the National Economic Recovery Plan launched in October 2021, Bahrain’s Telecommunications, ICT, and Digital Economy Sector Strategy (from the years 2022 until 2026) seeks to establish a world-class Bahraini digital infrastructure, as well as attract big-tech companies to the Kingdom, positioning Bahrain as a regional digital innovation hub, all while increasing national employment in the sector from 30% to 35% by the end of 2023.



For more information on the programme, or for Bahraini individuals interested in applying, visit the Reboot01 website:




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