Tuesday October 28, 2014 0 comments
LOUISVILLE -DaVinci Coders, the Louisville-based computer programming micro college, met the requirements of the Colorado Department of Higher Education (CDHE) and has become the state's newest provisionally certified occupational school.
Founded in 2012 by the Colorado-based futurist think tank, DaVinci Institute, DaVinci Coders has been approved to launch a series of new courses.
Until legislation changed last year, DaVinci Coders was exempt from state (CDHE) requirements because it is a nonprofit organization.
The certification process took about six months to complete, including a board review of each course by the CDHE board.
"For each course we offer, we will have to prove to the (CDHE) board that there is a strong need in the workforce," said Deb Frey, DaVinci Institute VP.
New classes will begin in mid-January. For more information about DaVinci Coders, visit DaVinciCoders.com.