Current Policy Plan of Codam

  • Registered name: Codam
  • Chamber of Commerce: 69672350
  • Tax number: 857962826
  • Address: Kattenburgerstraat 7, 1018 JA Amsterdam The Netherlands
  • Telephone number: +31 (0) 6 31 63 97 59

Purpose of Activities

The object of the Foundation is to fund and provide free skills training to students aged 18 and older in computer coding, software development and operational development 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 to create a fund for student assistance.

Codam Board

Name Role
Corinne Vigreux Chairperson
Harold Goddijn Board member
Janneke Niessen Secretary
Paul Zevenbergen Board member
Daniel Roos Treasurer

The authority to represent the Stichting is vested in two directors acting jointly.

Remuneration Policy

Board Members'

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.

Future Plans

The team at Codam has supported 300 students in 2022 and continues to raise the percentage of females within the cohort. Currently females represent 31% of the student body. The pandemic did have an effect on our applications and the progress of our students, some did decide not to continue their study so during 2021 and 2022, strategies were in place to integrate and monitor activity so that the focus could be on improving their relationship with the environment and their peers. New systems have improved this focus and the environment is once again collaborative and dynamic. Improvements for 2023 include attracting more students to the Codam Advanced curriculum a follow-on programme providing more depth and knowledge in five topic areas covering Graphics, AI, Web and mobile development, operating systems, and security.

The 2022 graduation ceremony took place on 27th September 2022, and we are pleased to report that all students found employment within 3 months and or continued into the Codam Advanced curriculum. The Codam team and their supporters continue to explore financial assistance support for students in training who are not currently eligible for government schemes.