During the pandemic, many companies had to change their work organization to enable their employees to work remotely. The majority of them have now adopted hybrid work models, allowing their employees to split their time between remote working from home, and coming in to the workplace.
To respond to this new reality, we have decided that our full-time bootcamps will be in a hybrid format on our Lisbon Campus, which means that students have the flexibility to choose how they want to learn. They have the option to come to the campus for in-person learning some days and to work from home the rest of the week. They can also choose to be fully remote.
This hybrid training approach allows students to learn programming while also taking into account their personal circumstances. It provides students living far from the campus a better work-life balance by eliminating the need for long commutes, and allowing them to save valuable time and resources on transportation.
We understand that hybrid learning can be challenging and we provide students with a range of resources and support to ensure they have a positive and successful learning experience. We are using online platforms and tools to facilitate interaction and collaboration between students and instructors, and to provide access to course materials and assignments.
We believe that this hybrid training approach is beneficial for students and help them to learn how to work efficiently remotely, which will be an important skill for their future career.