A number of PSats onsite training camps are being run in Amsterdam to prepare people for their upcoming careers, a spokesperson for the Dutch agency said on Thursday. 

The PSats are designed to help young people in their early 20s prepare for their careers by providing practical and experiential skills and resources, the spokesperson said.

The PSat team are working with local businesses to create opportunities for people to get involved with PSats training in the future. 

“We are seeing a lot of people who are looking to move into careers and these PSats trainees will be able to help us in the process of making sure they can keep their training relevant and relevant to the needs of the society and job market,” the spokesperson added. 

PSats are a set of professional development training courses that aim to help people with an interest in pursuing a career in the technology industry.

They are designed for people aged between 18 and 25 and are offered in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Spain, the United Kingdom and the United States.