The Jump Digital School Limited
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Whether you're an absolute beginner or you have some coding knowledge already, if you're looking to:
- Get a job in the industry as a professional developer
- Upskill to advance your career
- Implement your own entrepreneurial ideas
Then this programme of in-depth software engineering training and optional career-change support will enable you to make the jump without you having to quit your job and lose your income while you train.
This is a 30-week, part-time, remotely-accessible and instructor-led programme that will:
- Teach you everything you need to know to be able to develop and deploy enterprise-grade software to a professional standard
- Support you to make the jump
The next Professional Full-Stack Web Developer Bootcamp begins on Tuesday the 28th of April 2020 and will run to Thursday the 19th of November 2020
Training Days: Training sessions for this cohort will take place every Tuesday and Thursday evening from 18:30 to 21:30
- The Jump - Professional Full-Stack Web Developer Bootcamp Syllabus - download
This training programme will teach you everything that you need to know to create fast, scalable and secure, websites and web apps that deliver great user experiences.
The optional career-change support will help you position yourself well to make the jump to the next stage of your digital career.
How it works:
- We run 2 live, interactive, remotely-accessible and instructor-led training sessions every week for 30 weeks (we have solutions if you can't attend some sessions).
- The next Professional Full-Stack Web Developer Bootcamp begins on Tuesday the 28th of April and will run to Thursday the 19th of November
- The training sessions take place between 18:30 to 21:30 GMT on a Tuesday and Thursday evening.
- Additionally, each week we set you a mixture of challenges and project work relating to the topics that you've covered in the training sessions. The challenges give you a chance to test your own understanding. The projects help you build a portfolio. When you submit them to us, we provide you with feedback so that you're constantly improving and embedding your learning.
What you'll learn:
- The constituent parts of the internet, websites and web applications (The Client-Server model) and how they all work together.
- The languages to control those parts:
- HTML (HyperText Markup Language)
- CSS (Cascading Style Sheets)
- CSS libraries such as Bootstrap, Zurb and Materialize
- CSS preprocessor - Sass
- Front-End framework - jQuery and React with Redux
- Back-End framework - Express with Node.js
- SQL / NoSQL
- The tools & systems to create, edit, debug, test, deploy & host your code, e.g.:
- Code editors
- Command Line Interface
- Version control and cloud software providers
- Build processes
- Industry standards and best practice for writing software, e.g.:
- Design patterns
- Programming principles
- Programming paradigms
See our attached syllabus in the Resources section above for more details.
What career-change support you can access:
- CV / social media clinic - help to make your profile stand out
- A portfolio - showcase your skills, knowledge and abilities
- Guidance - know where to look for roles and how to position yourself
- Introductions - as and when we come across opportunities, we'll share them with you
- Interview practice - we run mock interviews to help you understand the whole process and prepare you for the types of questions you're likely to get asked
Who is this course for?
This course is suitable for anyone who wants to learn software engineering to a professional standard.
Previous students have included:
- Absolute beginners who've never written a line of code
- People who've tried online resources and now want to progress to a professional level
- Career changers from industries outside of tech e.g. recruitment and investment banking
- Developers who want to improve
- SEO specialists
- Content managers
English - the concepts we teach can be difficult. To give you the best chance of making the jump, you need to be able to understand what we're explaining to you
Commitment - learning to a professional standard requires effort and dedication. The concepts that we're teaching you and the application of those concepts are not always straight forward, so you have to be committed to working hard to learn these valuable skills.
You don't need advanced maths: There's a misconception that you need advanced maths to be a developer. You don't.
What you do with these skills is up to you. You could break into the industry as a developer:
Or you could use it to advance your career in a closely related field e.g. Project or Product manager
Or use it to be able to put your entrepreneurial ideas into practice.
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