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What IT courses to teach beginners (Unemployed) to work (virtual work)

Hi everyone, I want to set up a charity/social enterprise teaching the unemployed and those with learning difficulties IT that would lead them into virtual work.

I am looking at developer coding which hoping will take 6 months - a year to move participants on to work.
Would really appreciate some help in concern what IT learning I could give them to lead onto virtual work, basic or other learning, but it must not take longer than 6 - 12 months in order of finance and getting them into work. Will be looking at other 3rd world countries so could be looking at basic IT virtual Jobs.
I hope i have communicated this well.

Thank you!

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by asamits765 In reply to What IT courses to teach ...

You can start training them with HTML, CSS, BOOTSTRAP. After that, train them with javascript. It will be enough for them to be employed and to gain a pace in this field,

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by Ezzely In reply to What IT courses to teach ...

You can start training them with the basic knowledge of HTML and CSS and then go with further advance languages like Php, C++, JavaScript, Python. You can record these training courses and then upload them on any employee training app like Ezzely so that beginners can access these courses anywhere and any time.

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by deborasumopayroll In reply to What IT courses to teach ...

HTML, CSS, JAVA SCRIPT, DBMS, C , C++, PHP

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