Start learning to code
Ever wanted to learn to code? Our introduction to coding evening course is perfect for beginners or those wanting to find out if coding is for them, and counts towards the preparation for our 13-week web development boot camp. Comprising of four evening classes over two weeks, this course will give you a grounding in the fundamentals of programming. With guidance from one of our expert instructors you'll be up and coding in no time. Also, did we mention pizza?
Next course starts 5th December - £49 incl. VAT
This will be deducted from the balance of your 13-week boot camp if you choose to sign upBook now
The introduction to coding evening course takes place over two weeks, with evening sessions on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 18:30 to 21:00 at our campus in the Vanilla Factory in the heart of Liverpool.
This course is great for those who want to get an idea of what our boot camps are like, or want to find out if programming is for them, and counts towards the preparation for our 13-week web development boot camp
We will introduce you to the tools you will be using over the four sessions, taking a look at some simple programming concepts and, most importantly, get you writing your first programme!
Objects & making programmes
Building on Session 1, we will introduce you to the world of objects. We'll also step it up a level by building some more advanced programmes.
Controlling the flow
In Session 3, we will look at making programmes more flexible and changing the flow of your programmes using loops, branches and more.
In the final session, we will bring together everything you've learned so far, as well as some more advanced topics
“A great 13-week programme. You guys were awesome and helped me every step of the way. I started work last week and so far, I’m loving it. Thank you very much for all the help and encouragement. Would recommend this boot camp to anyone interested in getting a job as a web developer.”
“An amazing approach to learning! The boot camp format made getting to grips with the new programming languages and techniques much easier. Jon, the trainer, taught us topics in the mornings. We practiced them that afternoon and, with some extra work, I was able to confidently apply those concepts to my development projects. I’m not going to lie - it was hard work, but after 13 weeks, I was sad to be leaving, although I’m now working round the corner so will be able to pop in for a catch up.”