CERTIFIED PROGRAMMING AND TESTING COURSES
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Subsidized evening courses are professional retraining programs for Israelis. The courses are licensed by the Israeli Ministry of Labor and may be partially or fully subsidized by various ministries and departments.
On completing the courses, a student gets a guaranteed internship, a package of individual advice on employment and one of the most sought-after specialties in the Israeli labor market:
SUBSIDIZED UP TO 70%
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MASA Hi-Tech Program
The Hi-Tech Masa program, co-organized with the Israel Experience Company, allows you to combine productive study, learning Hebrew, trips to Israel and immersion in its social life.
The program of retraining and adaptation of specialists, organized jointly with the Jewish Agency for Israel (JAFI), is suitable for couples (including those with children) and for single young people under the age of 36.
More than 400 students are educated annually at various departments of the training center, so we have information about a considerable number of successful job interviews. Our graduates are employed by such prominent companies as:
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Programming and testing courses give you a chance to get one of the most popular and relevant professions in the world within a year! At the end of their studies, each graduate receives comprehensive assistance in finding employment, which includes vacancy selection as well as the theory and practice of compiling resumes and passing interviews. Our recommendations in these matters are based on the successful experience of our numerous graduates (about 400 people a year).
Certain categories of Israeli citizens may receive grants from the State Ministries of Israel for studying at our educational center.
recent repatriates (less than 10 years) receive grants from the Ministry of Aliya - Misrad Klita, provided they have graduated from Ulpan Alef and have not taken any subsidized courses before;
citizens with disabilities (you can get all the information at the National Insurance Fund - Bituah Leumi)
unemployed and/or willing to get advanced training (you can get all the information at the Employment Office - Lishkat Taasuka);
soldiers (army severance pay, aka "picadon") from the Ministry of Economy.
Please note that state subsidies do not apply to groups of citizens other than those listed above. Beware of scammers and unlicensed educational institutions!
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