Melisa Hamilton and Sherolene Belnavis taking part in Enterprise Cayman programming for entrepreneurs

Introducing continuous courses where individuals can learn from industry-leading experts and nurture their professional growth at their own pace, through Enterprise Cayman.

George Town, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (18 September 2023) – Enterprise Cayman, a leading organisation dedicated to fostering professional development and innovation in the Cayman Islands, is proud to announce a strategic partnership with Code Fellows, bringing self-paced technical courses with live support to professionals and businesses in the Cayman Islands, making high-quality education accessible to all.

The newly introduced self-paced courses allow professionals to advance their technical skills at their own pace, from any location, and at their convenience – while benefiting from continuous support in various forms. With these courses, Enterprise Cayman aims to provide local businesses and individuals with flexibility in acquiring in-demand technical skills.

“Our partnership with Enterprise Cayman represents an exciting step towards making high-quality technical education more accessible in the Cayman Islands. These self-paced courses empower professionals to enhance their skillsets while accommodating their unique schedules and commitments. This collaboration will allow individuals to learn in a supportive environment, at their preferred speed,” said Mike Robertson, Senior Vice President of Business Development and Growth for Code Fellows.

The self-paced courses are continually updated with lessons taught by industry-leading instructors and are based on a curriculum developed by experts with real-world tech industry experience. Students and professionals enrolled in these courses will receive on-demand assistance and guidance from instructors and teaching assistants, ensuring they receive the same level of education as offered in live courses.

“Our mission is to democratise access to learning, and this partnership with Code Fellows aligns perfectly with that vision. We understand that each learner’s journey is unique, and these self-paced courses empower individuals to tailor their education to their specific needs. While learning may happen individually, we remain committed to fostering a sense of community and providing on-demand support from our instructional team. This will not only bring a world-class education but also a supportive network to professionals and students in the Cayman Islands,” said Charlie Kirkconnell, Chief Executive Officer of Cayman Enterprise City and Director of Enterprise Cayman.

The Code Fellows self-paced courses, offered through Enterprise Cayman, are available now, providing individuals and businesses in the Cayman Islands with access to a diverse selection of courses designed to enhance technical skills and professional development.

For more information on how to access these courses through Enterprise Cayman, please visit

About Enterprise Cayman

Enterprise Cayman is a non-profit organisation (NPO) by Cayman Enterprise City in partnership with Cayman Islands' special economic zone companies (SEZCOs). The organisation provides Caymanians and residents with access to high-quality learning experiences and opportunities to launch new business ventures and to pursue careers within the technology and innovation sectors.

Rebecca Young
Rebecca Young was the Marketing & Events Coordinator at Cayman Enterprise City (CEC) and led the delivery of all marketing and promotions for CEC’s sister organisation and not-for-profit, Enterprise Cayman. Rebecca helped to coordinate and raise awareness of community initiatives, events, and opportunities for entrepreneurs and individuals embarking on careers in Cayman’s knowledge and technology sectors.