Afrilearn Launches Coding School, KidsCode, With 75% Price Slash For First Cohort

Afrilearn Launches Coding School, KidsCode, With 75% Price Slash For First Cohort

Nigeria’s edtech startup, Afrilearn, has just launched a Two months kids coding cohort for children and young adults for which it tagged “Afrilearn KidsCode”.

Afrilearn is a tech-enabled educational platform that provides Nigerian children with to access education that is not restricted by location. The educational contents and subjects are simplified and also affordable, eliminating difficulty of assimilation and expensive yet sub-standard education.

Founded in 2019, the edtech is designed to assist children between the ages of Six (6) to Eighteen (18) years experience quality education that is affordable and enjoyable.

Over the years the platform has helped students prepare for national-based examinations such as the West African Senior School Certificate Examination, WASSCE, the National Examination Council, NECO and the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, UTME, preparing them to pass with flying colours.

Afrilearn KidsCode

This Afrilearn Kidscode initiative is intended to help children learn coding in the simplest way possible, breaking the barrier of complicated learning methods associated with learning to code.

This is the first cohort by the startup and they are slashing the price by 75% for children between the ages of Seven (7) to Twenty (20) years. The price slash is meant “support the ecosystem and the economic situation” it will also encourage young participants and their parents or guardians.

KidsCode will last for Two months during which students will experience one-on-one live teaching coding sessions. Students will be taught CSS, Javascript, Python, HTML, AI and many more. Students will be awarded a certificate after the completion of the course.

According to sources, the program has been endorsed by Unicef, US chambers, Global Citizen, Business Day, Techbuild and Techcabal.

Interested candidates are encouraged to signup on the platform, wherein the only qualification needed to be admitted is to pass the assessment test.

Registration closes on the 31st of August 2022.

This initiative is similar to the action The Kenyan government is taking by introducing coding classes to children in primary and secondary schools.