The need for web developers is extremely high. As such, the UWV considers web developer a "kansberoep" or "krapteberoep". Therefore, the UWV is often willing to sponsor training towards a career in web development.
Codaisseur is an official training partner of the UWV. This means that, subject to prior approval from your case manager, the UWV:
- may temporarily relieve you from your obligation to apply for jobs while you are in training with us; and
- may decide to contribute on your behalf to your Academy or Bootcamp training.
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The UWV regularly contributes towards the admission fee of our students. The amount depends on your individual situation and may even exceed the regular admission fee (Please note that Codaisseur has no bearing on this, as this is a matter between you and the UWV).
The UWV contribution goes towards the admission fee. The tuition fee, which only applies if you are employed after this course, is lowered by the amount contributed by the UWV minus the admission fee that would otherwise apply.
For example, should the UWV contribute an admission fee of €2500 on your behalf, the remaining tuition fee amounts to €9.820 (based on a regular €800,- admission fee and an €11.520,- tuition fee). The remaining tuition fee, which only applies if you successfully obtain employment within 5 months from your graduation date, is normally covered by your future employer.
Do note that the decision to sponsor you is entirely at the discretion of the UWV. In any event, it is important to obtain prior approval from your case manager.
It is also important to note that you cannot commence your training while you are still under an obligation with the UWV to apply for jobs and take on any job for which you are accepted.
You or your case manager may direct any inquiries directly to email@example.com.