COBOL expertise redesigned with tailor-made training for lateral entrants

COBOL is now rarely being taught in many IT curriculums. In recent years, COBOL has become relatively uncommon as a teaching language as more modern programming languages such as Java, Python, and C++ became more dominant in most learning institutions.  

However, the demand for COBOL specialists remains high in the current market. Despite more up-to-date programming languages, Cobol has retained its relevance and is used intensively in many companies. 

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Our tailor-made IT training concept for lateral entrants offers companies a unique solution to meet the demand for COBOL specialists.  Our proven concept focuses on training talented lateral entrants to become future Cobol developers. We tailor our training curriculum to your company’s exact requirements to ensure that trainees are ready to start straight away and can support your specific projects right away.  The integration of fresh expertise from other IT areas into the training allows our trainees to bring not only COBOL knowledge, but also a more diversified perspective. This facilitates smooth integration into your team and maximises the trainees’ contribution to projects.  Our expertise extends not only to teaching Cobol programming itself, but we also focus on modern interface techniques and programming principles that are important for other programming languages as well. Through our tailor-made training, we create a bridge between proven knowledge and the demands of the modern IT scenery.  An example of our 12-week curriculum for COBOL is shown below – followed by 12 months of training-on-the-job in your project.

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We invite you to benefit from our approved method and to strengthen your team with specialised COBOL lateral entrants.

Do you have any further questions? We will be happy to advise you!

Contact us at +49 171 8144042 for more information. We look forward to partnering with you to shape the future of your IT organisation. 

Christina Greenidge