OIRT SA in partnership with Route Monitoring held a certificate awards ceremony for the Let Kids Code initiative at Stable Inn, Springs. The programme began in October last year with teams of 150 learners aged between 10 and 14 years. Different primary schools from the East rand of Johannesburg showcased their projects. Ms Caroline Raphael who is the CES ROS at the office of the DDG CMD was the keynote speaker of the day, spent some time with the kids who exhibited their projects. In her speech Ms Raphael spoke about the importance of introducing the skills of Coding & Robotics in schools and commended ORT SA for being a step ahead. The Scholar Patrol Project from the Geluksdal Primary won first place position and the Water Dispenser from the Langaville Primary won second place.