In today's information age, many are seeking to acquire new skills to keep up with the changing world and workforce, turning to online tech classes to gain new knowledge and a leg-up professionally. Currently in beta, education startup ClassCode is an Internet marketplace showcasing on-site professional workshops, specifically in San Francisco's Bay Area.
The platform lets you search by category, everything from 'Android' to 'Web' and content management systems to software engineering. Founded by Ali Mir, the new venture lets you filter by experience level and caters to your schedule by focusing on short (one to three hour) courses as well as daytime, noon, evening and weekend schedules. You'll also benefit from small class sizes, as the tech classes typically have a maximum of eight students.
Startup ClassCode Helps You Find Short Tech Classes Online
1. Short Tech Courses - The growing demand for tech skills and knowledge presents an opportunity for startups to offer short, specialized tech courses online.
2. On-site Professional Workshops - Businesses can benefit from partnering with and/or listing their professional workshops on on-site marketplaces like ClassCode to expand their reach and increase enrollment.
3. Flexible Scheduling for Coursework - The ability to filter and offer classes for specific schedules has the potential to disrupt the traditional nine-to-five work model and allow individuals to upskill on their own time.
1. Edtech - Edtech startups can leverage ClassCode's on-site marketplace model and capitalize on the need for flexible, specialized tech courses for upskilling.
2. Professional Development - Professional development trainers and organizations can partner or list their on-site workshops on ClassCode to reach more professionals seeking to upskill.
3. Digital Marketing - Digital marketing agencies can utilize ClassCode's platform to offer in-person, tech-focused courses to expand their service offerings and reach new customers.