The object of the Foundation is to fund and provide free skills training to students aged 18 and older in software engineering to better prepare the students for future employment.
The Foundation is currently fully funded by the Sofronie Foundation which is personally funded by Corinne Vigreux. All funding is approved by grant by the Codam Board and the Sofronie Board. Costs will include all costs associated with providing the curriculum, operating the facility which includes, maintenance renewals, equipment, contracted services and salaries of employed staff.
The Foundation is open to partner with companies in the future for donations.
|Harold Goddijn||Board member|
|Paul Zevenbergen||Board member|
The authority to represent the Stichting is vested in two directors acting jointly.
All Board members volunteer their time and do not receive any remuneration. They are entitled to be reimbursed for reasonable expenses in line with their attendance at meetings.
Staff employed to manage and operate the learning facility will be paid according to local market rates and in accordance with statutory requirements. Salaries will be reviewed annually.
Codam student life has rapidly returned to a vibrant learning community after some challenging restrictions during the pandemic. Our plans for the coming year are to focus on the cohort who joined the community during these restrictions and who have little experience of the Codam physical environment. The unique learning culture is important in developing the skills necessary to complete the programme and our efforts will be targeted on welcoming the new students and integrating them into the ethos of the Codam community.