Daytime webinar course: Beginner’s Web Dev

Start Date

12th September

Fees

£550

Times

10am-11.30am

You spoke,  we listened!

Our next webinar course is a morning course!

This course aims to give you the ideal foundation in web development.

Not only will you have the skills to build web applications but you will also be able to discuss code confidently, you will problem solve and you will have the skills to go on and learn further independently, with us always here as support! You will be working on projects and activities to add context and hands-on practice.

Each lesson will be a live webinar session where a teacher will present theory, exemplify it with code, complete an exercise with you, and then set you exercises to complete solo or in pairs. Some classes will be more theory based, others more practical- expect a good mix.

A webinar is a seminar conducted online- you will see the teacher, the teacher’s presentation or screen, and you will have the ability to ask questions throughout the class through the webinar software.

Something a bit like this!

Throughout the course, students will be connected via Slack which is a team collaboration tool. You will have support here from each other and the teachers. It’s a great way to share resources and keep each other focused, and organise to meet IRL if you are nearby.

All classes will be recorded in case you miss a class and we have teachers on hand to answer your questions during the week, again, via Slack.

On Wednesday 22nd August at 10am, we’re hosting an hour-long info webinar where you’ll be able to find out more details about the course, see what an online lesson is like and ask any questions you may have. Register for your free place here

Day: Wednesday

Time: 10am-11.30am

Your peers:  Everyone comes from different backgrounds and with different life experiences- this is what we love about our students.  Some people want to go on to be developers, others to run their own companies, some are upskilling in their current roles. What everyone has in common, is a desire to learn and support one another.

Kelly is currently on our pilot webinar course- read her blog to find out what it’s like learning with us.

 

Truthfully, we do not have an ideal student! We believe everyone can learn how to code as long as they have a strong desire to learn.

Here are a few reasons why you may want to join us:

  • You are curious about technology
  • You are looking to start a career as a developer
  • You want to start your own company
  • You want to build something in your spare time
  • You want to understand what your coworkers do
  • You are returning to work and want to be in the know
  • You have other skills that code can complement (graphic design, illustration, science, knitting…to name a few.)
  • You want to learn from people who do this every day
  • You want to learn in a supportive, open environment
  • Like us, you believe the culture in the tech industry needs to change and you want to be part of that change
  • You are ready to try a new way to learn to code!

You will need your own laptop that can run the latest version of Chrome and has memory space to download Slack, Atom and a few other things!

Once the course ends, it’s not goodbye from us. In fact, we like to think of it as the beginning. We have a community Facebook group for our alumni, we are always a Slack message, text, email, tweet or call away and we have an alumni newsletter keeping you updated on opportunities, news and more!

Career Development: If you are looking for a career in web development, we will have a one to one discussion on goals and create a roadmap together to achieve this. We will be there with you every step of the way.

We do not guarantee employment, but we pride ourselves on helping our students reach their full and desired potential.

Further Training: All of our alumni are entitled to family discounts for life on future training with us.

£550 GBP

You spoke,  we listened!

Our next webinar course is a morning course!

This course aims to give you the ideal foundation in web development.

Not only will you have the skills to build web applications but you will also be able to discuss code confidently, you will problem solve and you will have the skills to go on and learn further independently, with us always here as support! You will be working on projects and activities to add context and hands-on practice.

Each lesson will be a live webinar session where a teacher will present theory, exemplify it with code, complete an exercise with you, and then set you exercises to complete solo or in pairs. Some classes will be more theory based, others more practical- expect a good mix.

A webinar is a seminar conducted online- you will see the teacher, the teacher’s presentation or screen, and you will have the ability to ask questions throughout the class through the webinar software.

Something a bit like this!

Throughout the course, students will be connected via Slack which is a team collaboration tool. You will have support here from each other and the teachers. It’s a great way to share resources and keep each other focused, and organise to meet IRL if you are nearby.

All classes will be recorded in case you miss a class and we have teachers on hand to answer your questions during the week, again, via Slack.

On Wednesday 22nd August at 10am, we’re hosting an hour-long info webinar where you’ll be able to find out more details about the course, see what an online lesson is like and ask any questions you may have. Register for your free place here

Day: Wednesday

Time: 10am-11.30am

Your peers:  Everyone comes from different backgrounds and with different life experiences- this is what we love about our students.  Some people want to go on to be developers, others to run their own companies, some are upskilling in their current roles. What everyone has in common, is a desire to learn and support one another.

Kelly is currently on our pilot webinar course- read her blog to find out what it’s like learning with us.

 

Truthfully, we do not have an ideal student! We believe everyone can learn how to code as long as they have a strong desire to learn.

Here are a few reasons why you may want to join us:

  • You are curious about technology
  • You are looking to start a career as a developer
  • You want to start your own company
  • You want to build something in your spare time
  • You want to understand what your coworkers do
  • You are returning to work and want to be in the know
  • You have other skills that code can complement (graphic design, illustration, science, knitting…to name a few.)
  • You want to learn from people who do this every day
  • You want to learn in a supportive, open environment
  • Like us, you believe the culture in the tech industry needs to change and you want to be part of that change
  • You are ready to try a new way to learn to code!

You will need your own laptop that can run the latest version of Chrome and has memory space to download Slack, Atom and a few other things!

Once the course ends, it’s not goodbye from us. In fact, we like to think of it as the beginning. We have a community Facebook group for our alumni, we are always a Slack message, text, email, tweet or call away and we have an alumni newsletter keeping you updated on opportunities, news and more!

Career Development: If you are looking for a career in web development, we will have a one to one discussion on goals and create a roadmap together to achieve this. We will be there with you every step of the way.

We do not guarantee employment, but we pride ourselves on helping our students reach their full and desired potential.

Further Training: All of our alumni are entitled to family discounts for life on future training with us.

£550 GBP

Accessible development
Clean code
CSS3
Git and GitHub
HTML5
Javascript
jQuery
Pair Programming
Responsive development