Combating Coronavirus – ICE Malta launches a brand new initiative for Teens.

 

ICE Malta’s team announced that this week they will be delivering two free online live 3 hour classes designed for teens between the ages of 13 and 17 who have an interest in either code or design. Following a swift move of their world-class study experience to a successful online live delivery, ICE Malta has responded to the Coronavirus crisis showing the brand’s immense commitment to industry-endorsed learning re-confirming that when it comes to the gold standard of tech learning in the Maltese islands, they continue to set the benchmark to new levels of excellence.

The country’s ongoing stability and future success rely on the island’s greatest resource, its people. Going forward, all ICE Malta’s CSR initiatives will be dedicated to empowering talent of all ages to continue to gain the in-demand skills industries across all sectors will need in the months and years to come. 

– Nikolai Sammut, Co-Founder, ICE Malta.

ONLINE LIVE
Intro to Design
with Photoshop
Friday 3rd April at 3PM

25 Free Seats • Ages 13-17

ONLINE LIVE
Intro to Code
with Python
Friday 3rd April at 3PM

25 Free Seats • Ages 13-17

The two free classes are open to a maximum of 25 teens each and guarantee that students will experience fun, practical learning from the safety of their home. After both online live classes, students will be in a great position to identify if code or design could be in their future learning plans and will be able to confidently map out a learning strategy aligned to their career aspirations.

We hope that our initiatives will highlight the crucial message that learning must remain a priority for everyone. In fact, apart from these free classes and complementary course info sessions open for everyone, we have also tweaked our Easy Payment Scheme so that individuals who are going through financial struggles won’t have to put learning on the back burner. One thing is certain, learning can’t and shouldn’t stop and we won’t let it. 

– Nikolai Sammut, Co-Founder, ICE Malta.

Parents are invited to register their teens for either class or may get in touch with ICE Malta’s Admissions Team to discuss these free classes in more detail.