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Entreprise, formation, langues, développement personnel, madagascar

Formation

Au fil du temps, l'dentification des connaissances à transmettre s'est précisé.

Je peux donc affiner les axes de formation que je conduits:

  • Langues et Développement personnel
    • Perfectionnement communication orale et écrite (en Français, Anglais et Malgache)
    • Sensibilisation à la veille technologique
    • Animation d'atelier de discussion sur les actualités relative à notre métier
  • Informatique
    • Formations technique initiale sur HTTP, HTML, Javascript, SQL, PHP et Java.
    • Introduction aux frameworks spécialités de la maison tels que Jelix et Symfony
    • Introduction aux CMS spacialités de la maison comme Drupal et WordPress

Recrutement

Si il est question de formation initiale, c'est parceque nous recrutons.

Le profil qui nous interesse principalement est celui "ingénieur", mais puisque notre structure bénéficie d'un département de formation, nous pouvons nous permettre d'étudier sérieusement les origines académiques atypique pour le métier comme les DESS scientifiques (mathématiques, physique,...) et certains autodidactes.

Si, dans vos connaissances et contacts, vous connaissez des gens passionnés du "développement Web" qui recherchent une entreprise moderne et dynamique pour évoluer sur le plan personnel et professionel, n'hésitez pas à nous mettre en relation.

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