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Moringa School launches AI Courses for student & professionals in Kenya

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Moringa School, a Kenyan-based edtech platform, has launched a comprehensive suite of training courses in Artificial Intelligence for the student and professional market to build on its diverse range of offerings including Full Stack Software Engineering, Data Science, UI/UX Product Design, Cybersecurity, DevOps etc.

The specific courses launched are based on Moringa’s partnership with the leading US Bootcamp provider Flatiron School who is delivering this training to the Global Fortune 500 companies. Moringa’s AI offerings will range from a Masterclass on “Introduction to Prompt Engineering” to 1.5 days training on “AI Strategy for Business Leaders” to a 1 week short course on “Building and Deploying AI Applications”.

The launch which was done with some of the key Corporate Decision Makers in the Region while launching its Tech Advisory Board. The newly formed Tech Advisory Board will be chaired by Snehar Shah, other members include Akshay Grover, Group CEO (Cellulant), Ben Roberts, Group Chief Technology and Innovation Officer (Liquid Intelligent Technologies), Mike King, CTO (Copia) and Dr Bright Mawudor, Cyber Security lead at MARA to be distinguished members.

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“Moringa School will immensely benefit from the guidance of these technology experts on the developing trends and skilling demand such that the company can be ahead of the curve in supplying quality, market aligned talent at affordable prices. Our newest AI offerings will retail from costs as low as KES 10,000”, said Snehar Shah.

Enrolments for the new AI courses will commence from August 2023, while the company continues to enrol for the other flagship products on a rolling basis with quarterly cohorts and graduating students available for internships and job placements locally and globally.

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Founded in 2014, Moringa School focuses on courses in Software Engineering and other tech-based programs. The firm prides itself in training 7,000+ students and placing more than 75% of its graduates into leading companies throughout Africa and the world. Some of the notable companies that our graduates have been placed in include Safaricom, I&M, Andela, Sanlam, Microsoft, Cybertek and Dalberg Data Insights.

In 2020, Moringa was listed among the top 50 Edtech companies in Africa by HolonIQ. The World Bank cited Moringa as a leader in the space following its research into technology boot camps. Most recently, Moringa School was selected as one of the World Economic Forum’s “Technology Pioneers in 2021.” Through a distinctive learning model and a curriculum partnership with Flatiron School, the leading bootcamp in the US, Moringa is creating world-class developers in Africa.

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Representing the Tech Advisory Board members, Akshay Grover added, “Given my and the board’s collective experience in building local and global tech or tech-led organizations, it is a great opportunity to give back to Moringa’s mission of transforming the tech talent in Africa. We look forward to the opportunity of Africa leapfrogging in the AI revolution”.

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James Musoba
James Musoba
Studying Africa's startup and technology scene. I always look forward to discovering new exciting inventions and vibrant entrepreneurs.

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