Subsidized 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. Suitable for students starting from scratch.
Full Stack Java Development
The course gives you a chance to master the popular profession of a Full Stack programmer (Back End + Front End). It lasts 13-14 months and includes the elementary module "Basic Programming".
QA Automation Testing
The course "Automated testing of computer programs QA (quality control)" makes it possible in a short time (up to a year) to master one of the most common specialties in the field of high technology (Hi-Tech).
Basic Programming (not subsidized)
It provides basic knowledge and is an integral part of both the Programming Course (FSD) and the Testing Course (QAT). The course lays the foundation for the future profession, which means that you need to take it seriously.
Continuing Education Courses
There are several courses in our educational center for students who already have programming skills or have successfully completed the Basic Programming course. These courses are not subject to payment under the Voucher program, but may be subsidized by Bituah Leumi or Lishkat Taasuka, as well as paid by the army through the army severance pay, aka "picadon".
The course is intended for students who have programming skills or have successfully completed the Basic Programming course. It includes over 280 teaching hours in Java and a small course in DataBases.
The course includes necessary and sufficient material for mastering the methods and tools for web development and is intended for students who have programming skills or have successfully completed the Basic Programming course.
The course is intended for students with programming skills in the JAVA language and in manual testing. The course allows you to master the profession of an "Software Testing Engineer".
IT English Course
The course is an addition to the QA course and is intended to expand and enrich the professional vocabulary of future testers. It does not aim to provide basic knowledge in English.