Free Data Science Training for People with Disabilities


At Quantargo we’re on the mission to provide people with the best data science knowledge and (cloud-powered) tools so that they can find new jobs as data scientists, improve their skills in their current roles or do research in a powerful yet reproducible way.

However, we have realized that more often than not people with disabilities are left out of the equation in many ways. I’m very grateful to Iva Tsolova from Jamba who approached us and explained how she was able to organise trainings and successful job placements for Jamba’s students.

We are therefore very happy to announce that we are offering—together with Jamba and AI4DA—a completely free data science training for people with disabilities. The agenda of the trainings, quite similar to our corporate offerings, is centered around one course module with weekly onboarding/mentoring sessions, a final preparation/project session and a final exam.

The Introduction to R Module starts on April 22 at 4 PM CET and continues on a weekly basis until May 20. The live workshops will be held over Zoom.

There are still FREE SPOTS LEFT. If you want to join the training and additionally get a 6 month PRO subscription for free please create an account at and send us an email to with your short resúme until April 20.

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A great course set-up to get a first insight into the workings of R and to wet your appetite for more – the possibilities seem endless. A very enjoyable experience, thank you!

Liza Glesener, SICONA

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