Stage I — Recruitment
We perform the first part of recruitment using an online application form. Applicants are invited to individual interviews with our tutors. They choose the group which can partake in the IT test held to determine their computer abilities. Based on results, we choose several candidates with the highest scores and invite them to take part in asperIT.
Stage II — Social Expertise Course
This is the opening course to asperIT’s schooling cycle. It lasts five to six meetings. Participants learn proper functioning in the workplace, methods of communication and differences between approaching their bosses and colleagues. Our tutors teach them about aspects of group work and intricacies of keeping close relations with other people. Our beneficiaries bolster their self-consciousness and value. Tutors use modern methods adjusted to our participant’s needs. Cognizance gained in this part of the project helps them a lot, even in everyday life.
Stage III — IT Course
After completing the Social Expertise Course, we move onto the next stage, which is actual IT training. Our expert holds this part in non-stationary studies style — lectures and workshops take 6 to 8 hours a day, and they last two full weekends. Our tutor is present all the time in the classroom during the exercises. He or she helps the IT expert if the situation requires it, and calms and helps participants throughout the stage. Thanks to this intensive procedure, they can learn quickly and approach the prestigious ISTQB exam. When we prepare the exam, we cooperate with the Quality of Computer Systems Association.
Stage IV — Apprenticeship
The final and the most practical for the future work part of the course is our apprenticeship. Participants spend 5 weeks working online with 5 full day live meetings. They work with real-life cases from IT companies. They have to solve problems and work with designed issues. The tutor is present during live meetings. After this stage ends and the edition of asperIT is completed. Afterwards, our team starts to prepare for the next new edition.