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PingLady believes that training is a key aspect of realizing its vision to see more women entrepreneurs and professionals successful in the technology industry. Training allows women to acquire new skills, increasing their contribution to the companies they work for as well as their businesses. It also motivates and builds women’s self-esteem. In addition, training provides the potential for career advancement within and outside the organizations women work for. Furthermore, training increases women’s chances for better pay and benefits in the workplace. Training is a fundamental aspect of investing in women professionals and entrepreneurs. The various training offered by PingLady for women professionals and entrepreneurs in the Technology industry include:


Learn to Code

Learn to Code is a course that teaches learners the fundamentals of software programming. PingLady offers a variety of programs for Coding: Learn to Code for Kids, Learn to Code for Adults and Learn to Code as a Professional.

  • Learn to Code for Kids
  • Learn to Code for Adults
  • Learn to Code as a Professional

Computer Training (ICDL)

PingLady offers computer-training (ICDL) for ladies that need to improve their computer skills in order to be successful in any workplace.

Trainees will receive skills and competencies necessary to navigate computers and use common computer programs or applications, giving them a better chance of being successful in a workplace. This course gives the trainees basic but essential skills that are considered crucial for anyone who uses a computer.

In addition, Computer Training Improves Employability, Improves Potential for Career Advancement, Increases chances for better pay and benefits and Increases productivity in the workplace.

Trainees will receive an internationally recognized qualification (ICDL) once they pass the exams for all the modules included in the ICDL course. International Computer Driver’s License (ICDL) is the world’s leading computer skills certification. To date, more than 14 million people have engaged with the ICDL programme, in over 150 countries.

Basic Training

Acquire the following Basic Skills:

  • How to draft a CV
  • How to prepare for an interview
  • Professional etiquette in the workplace
  • How to sell your skill
  • Communication and negotiating skills
  • Various software courses etc.

Business Training

Acquire the following Business Skills:

  • How to price your products or services
  • How to market your business
  • How to acquire funding for a project
  • Communication
  • Negotiating and networking skills
  • How to build a successful business
  • How to break into a new market
  • Requirements of a new business