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ROC Mondriaan offers Apple skills in Dutch schools
This article is part of the CW Benelux issue of May-July 2022
Increasing demand for Apple skills and knowledge has led Dutch secondary vocational education institute ROC Mondriaan to develop a course to train students in those much-wanted skills. ROC Mondriaan is the largest provider of secondary vocational education in the Hague region. The training provider offers about 240 secondary education courses at 26 schools in The Hague, Delft, Leiden and Naaldwijk. The School for ICT has two locations: Delft and The Hague. Several years ago, the School for ICT at ROC Mondriaan started putting together a new curriculum. To ensure that the skills students are taught are optimally attuned to the needs of the market, questions were posed to local and national ICT companies about what students were capable of after graduating and what competencies graduate students lacked. “This showed, among other things, that there was a need for people with knowledge of managing macOS and iOS, and programming applications in Swift, Apple’s programming language,” said Sebastiaan Bliemert, director of the School for...
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