(ACL) Coding for Beginners (term 2)

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Are you confident using a computer? This is a beginners course into the world of computer programming and coding.

If you want to learn new IT skills and take your first steps towards creating computer programs. You do not need to have any prior knowledge of programming or coding.

You will learn to create and develop practical coding skills using Python coding language. You will learn to make quizzes, simple games and repeat/return programs.

Course Information

This course teaches adults the skills they need to participate and
communicate successfully in the online world. Students will learn how to use
technology, computers and other digital devices to create an online presence,
allowing them to build confidence and practical skills to use personally or in
the workplace. The course covers a broad range of IT knowledge and students will
learn through an online platform, which they can complete in their own time.


The emphasis for this course is on developing new digital skills for life and
introducing learners to the different scenarios where these skills may be
required.

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Who is this course for?

Are you ready to improve learn new IT skills? This part-time IT class will suit your needs. We run a variety workshops where you can work at your own pace and level with support from your teacher. This IT course has multiple start dates and various durations. Please contact us for an initial assessment and interview to determine if this course is best suited to your individual needs.

Benefits / Skills

  • New skills – create print statement to start a program
  • New skills - how to create different inputs
  • New skills - how to run programs

Assessment Types

There is not an entry requirement or accredited exam.

Tutor assessment.

Entry Requirements

Aged 19+

Career Progression

Digital and IT skills are now being sought after by lots of different employers A qualification demonstrating IT skills will help enhance your CV.

  • office assistant
  • administrative assistant
  • receptionist
  • web designer
  • website noter

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Course Details

Duration

12 weeks

Study Type

Part time

Start Date

05/01/2023

Course Code

78705-03

Course Fee (Adult)

£90   You may be entitled to support with fees. Click here for more info.

Course Facts

Trips and Opportunities

Understand how to set prints in the correct formats.

Attendance

Learn how to set different inputs to attract responses

Facilities

Learn how to run programs

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