The safety of our students and staff is our top priority and we’re following the latest recommendations by the public authorities. We’ve decided to take necessary precautions and offer our participants a remote teaching option. From Monday, March 16th, any student can continue their studies remotely if they prefer.

To protect the health of our students, the Coding Bootcamp Praha is ready to switch to full remote instruction. Our goal is to maintain the same quality teaching and mentoring. This measure enables us to deliver our programme to our current students who prefer to study from their homes as well as future students, if necessary. 

Our team is experienced in delivering online webinars. We have provided remote mentoring support in our previous batches, too. We already provide materials through our own online learning environment and we use Slack for immediate interactions and idea sharing. Starting Monday, we will add an additional option. Any current or future student will be able to join our remote teaching through Zoom. While we appreciate the beauty of in-class bootcamps, we’ve had great experience mentoring through Zoom and are impressed with its dedicated remote teaching features.

We strongly hope that the current situation will improve soon and that our future full time batches can be delivered on campus, as planned. The next batch of the Coding Bootcamp Praha starts on 27 April, and we are confident we can deliver the teachings, mentoring, and counselling through online environments, if necessary. Keep in mind that you will also be able to attend just a part of the batch remotely. Afterwards, once things go back to normal, you can join us in person.

The current guidelines of the public authorities allow a maximum number of thirty people at an event for the next 30 days. We are closely monitoring the latest developments and can opt for remote teaching exclusively, if required.

The students who opt for staying in class are recommended to make good use of respective antiseptic gels, for both their hands as well as their work stations. Any student experiencing any respiratory issues or increased temperature is required to utilise the remote teaching option to protect the other students as well as the general society.

Our team continues to be fully operational - whether working from the office or home. Feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions.