program offers 160 free places to form a software developer in Iranduba

Registrations close on 15 April and classes are scheduled to begin later in the 1st half of this year.
07/04/2016 15h53 - Updated 5/05/2016 00h26
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The Software Developers Training Program Amazon Interior (Soft-AM) is open enrollment until the next day 15 April for the selection of 160 free places for the municipality of Iranduba, a 19 km from Manaus. The initiative is a partnership between the Analysis Center Foundation, Research and Technological Innovation (Fucapi), the Government of Amazonas and financing of Panasonic company in Brazil.

The forecast is that classes start on 1st half 2016, in Iranduba / AM municipality. Vacancies shall be divided into two shifts (80 for or morning shift and 80 for or afternoon shift).
The goal of the program is to train local students, making them able to assimilate the necessary knowledge regarding the establishment of a creative environment focused on the development of software applications.

Interested parties may make the registration on the website of Fucapi, without charging registration fee. The Soft / AM intended for high school students from public schools, residents in the municipality of Iranduba (urban or rural area) e, the graduates with the condition not be complete filling of vacancies by students who are attending high school in public. It is important that participants have basic computer skills.
Registration can be made by Portal Fucapi

The candidate must access the portal Fucapi the address above, complete the form and receive your proof of registration, automatically, by e-mail registered. No period 19 a 22 April 2016.

The tests will be realizas through electronic system, no dia 23 e 24 April 2016, the Center for Integrated Full Time (CETI), located on Highway Carlos Braga - km 01.

The end result and the relationship of the candidates, in the number of vacancies for the Program, will be available on the site Fucapi, in 26 April 2016, disclosed in the CETI and schools of state school systems.

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