Enrollment for a new 10-week online program for entrepreneurs to gain business and coding skills is now open.

The program, Coding and Innovation Bootcamp, is being created in a joint effort by Bellevue-based Coding Dojo and MIT Bootcamps, a division of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The program aims to help entrepreneurs get an understanding of core innovation principles and technical skills, as stated in a release by Coding Dojo.

Set to begin Sept. 14, this online training course will involve three weeks of MIT instructor-led entrepreneurial problem solving and discovery. After a short break, the following six weeks will be led by Coding Dojo and participants will learn web and software development, including HTML, CSS, and basic JavaScript, as well as the full Python programming stack.

“This joint program brings together world-class business, innovation, and coding curriculum to deliver the ultimate educational experience for modern entrepreneurs,” Coding Dojo CEO Richard Wang said in the release.

In light of COVID-19, the organizations hope to offer an onsite version, once it is safe to do so, at MIT Bootcamps’ Cambridge, Massachusetts location and locally at Coding Dojo. Learn more about the program here.