The Digital Leadership Programme aims to increase the number of women in digital leadership positions – and thus serves a fundamental social and economic purpose. Women are historically underrepresented in digital leadership roles, and this programme seeks to provide them with the knowledge and skills that they need to succeed as digital leaders today.
Transforming digital learners into digital leaders
With this belief that tomorrow’s digital leaders are today’s digital learners, the Digital Leadership Programme offers an intensive, invaluable educational experience for women with digital leadership ambitions. Participants will learn all about the latest technologies and their impact on transformation strategies, digital leadership, innovation, new business models and
Join our information session on February 12 between 16:00 and 18:00.
Location: Rabobank in Utrecht.
The programme inspired me and made me think about my role in the digital transformation and what type of company I would like to work for.
Through this programme, I gained broad knowledge of what is happening in the digital world.
The topics addressed were very relevant to the domain in which I work. As a leader you need to have a certain digital DNA in your portfolio.
Coding is the language of the digital age, which powers all the computer systems, apps, websites and software that we use every day. If you are interested in learning how to code, this two-day training course would be perfect for you. You will be introduced to the basics of coding, and gain a better understanding of how coding is
No coding experience is required for the course – it does not matter if you have dabbled in coding previously or have never written a single line of code. During the course, you will learn how coding works and will be guided through the basics of coding using the Python programming language.
The next course will be held in February 2019. The exact dates will be announced soon.
This hands-on training allowed me to experience what it takes to build something from scratch. It gave me the opportunity to see things through the eyes of a developer.
The Python course was exhausting and fun at the same time. It motivated me to continue to learn coding.
Yes! I can still programme and I really liked it!