I-CAN Centre teaches youth to build Apps, websites

About 50 students from disadvantaged high schools across Cape Town sacrificed their winter holidays to enroll in a worth while course at the I-CAN centre in Elsies River.

CEO at G-CITI, Llewellyn Scholtz, says these students from Grades 11 and 12 walked out of the winter school with a Microsoft certificate.

This certificate adds up to their scoring to university entrance and they can definitely get jobs.

Llewellyn Scholtz, Manager at iCan centre

The I-CAN Centre offers a host of opportunities for young people.

We can teach your child how to build their own game, how to build their own apps and websites.

Llewellyn Scholtz, Manager at iCan centre

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