Introducing coding for beginners.
23-25th March 2020
Learn to code in Python with codetoday
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Codetoday specialise in teaching programming in Python. We offer a variety of courses for those looking to develop programming skills to enhance work opportunities, work with data or simply for fun. Our experienced instructors have been trained by codetoday to deliver courses using Python, the world’s most popular coding language.
The codetoday curriculum introduces attendees to how a computer "thinks", guiding them through various modules in order to create confident, self sufficient coders. Further engagement and support is a key part of codetoday's approach, with detailed course material and expert support available outside of lesson time.
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Who are these courses for?
Python coding courses are ideal for individuals looking for an introduction to coding and to build valuable skills. Our longer courses are suitable to those working or looking to work in quantitative and data-driven fields such as finance, science and more.
When and where do courses take place?
Codetoday pride themselves on the flexibility of their course options. Scheduled courses take place either on weekdays or weekends to suit everyone's needs. Private courses can take place at any time. It's totally up to you. They can be delivered at a variety of teaching venues in London and can also be run in your own offices or other private venues if required.
Who are the instructors?
Instructors at codetoday have years of education and commercial coding experience. The codetoday philosophy is that instructors should be both exceptional educators and highly proficient coders in order to offer students the best learning experience. Instructors on our courses for adults all have a background in science or maths.
How is codetoday different?
At codetoday the focus is exclusively on learning how to code. All codetoday courses are delivered in Python. The curriculum is designed to ensure course participants quickly grasp the concepts of programming and begin to write programs as quickly as possible. The emphasis is to learn programming not a programming language - programming is a mindset, a systematic and logical way of thinking aimed to solve problems.
Python is probably the world's most popular coding language. It is widely recognised as one of the best places to start learning to code as it's easy to read and write. Python though is not a watered down coding language. It is used by the likes of Google and Dropbox as well as being the default language for data scientists and is used heavily in areas such as finance, artificial intelligence and machine learning. It is an amazing place to start. Codetoday's curriculum and lessons have been designed to make Python, a full-featured programming language, highly accessible and relevant to various applications.
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What's included in the course
In addition to the face-to-face sessions, the course also includes:
Course resources including:
- the instructor’s version of code written during the course session;
- video tutorials covering some of the key aspects of the course;
- detailed notes on concepts and topics covered.
Online support during the course and six months of our online support package following the course in which you will be able to share your code through our course management system with your instructor, ask questions and receive feedback and guidance on how to deal with any issues, errors and bugs.
Instructions and support for installing the required (free) software ahead of the course.
"I appreciated your patient explanation of and listening to all our crazy questions! I am so excited that I am finally starting to understand programming!"
Morgan, Python course attendee
codetoday ethos & approach
codetoday courses are aimed at those who want to attend a concise course to get a thorough understanding of the fundamentals of programming, and have access to online support after the course.
The emphasis is to learn programming not a programming language - programming is a mindset, a systematic and logical way of thinking aimed to solve problems.
Not all beginners want to dive into 12-week full time bootcamps aimed at producing job-ready professional programmers, and many want a more personalised approach than online-only courses can offer.
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