Egypt’s Information Technology Institute partners with Workera on
its Artificial Intelligence Professional Training Program
February 3, 2021
Egypt’s Information Technology Institute (ITI) and Workera Corp.
(Workera) have entered into a partnership to utilize Workera’s AI
assessment platform as a part of the applicant process for ITI’s
Artificial Intelligence Professional Training Program (AI-Pro).
Developed in partnership with the French Graduate School of
Computer Science and Advanced Technologies (EPITA) AI-Pro is a
9-month postgraduate professional training program in Machine
Learning and Artificial Intelligence. The program provides a
unique learning experience balancing theoretical foundations,
practical tools, and experience with real-world applications.
Interest in the program has exceeded even the most optimistic
projections, with more than 600 applicants in the first 24 hours
of the program’s announcement. Through the use of Workera’s
assessment, ITI will be able to effectively evaluate thousands of
applicants, delivering an objective, streamlined evaluation
process and providing feedback for all applicants.
“Collaboration with Workera would serve our main goals of
providing a benchmarking assessment of our Data & AI training
programs and its graduates,” said Dr. Heba Saleh, ITI chairperson.
”We also believe it can dramatically accelerate our goal of
understanding and developing our youth’s Data & AI skillsets,
exposing them to a wider job market and enabling a vast set of
opportunities for them through remote working.”
“We are honored to partner with the Information Technology
Institute and The Egyptian Ministry of Communications and
Information Technology on their AI-Pro initiative,” said Kian
Katanforoosh, Workera’s CEO and Co-founder. “The rise of remote
work created a unique opportunity for Egypt to become a leading AI
talent hub in the Middle-East, supporting both local and global
projects. This initiative will accelerate the country’s national
technology strategy and contribute to its long-term economic