If you’re interested in a career in programming, and want to learn from the very beginning, this online course will quickly help you learn the initial concepts.
If you would like to learn about programming but have no prior understanding or knowledge of the skill, this short, online course is a great way to learn the initial concepts.
Awarded 3 CPD points upon successful completion
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Want to know more about how to write a computer programme or interested in a programming career?
This is a great course for those completely new to the discipline. It is a short course, which will take just 3 hours to complete, and it will help you learn the basic concepts of computer programming by teaching you three basic principles.
There is one overall session in this course which contains four sections. Below you can read the breakdown of each: –
Section A: Introduction to Objects
– Course Opening
– What is an Object?
– Bowling Ball (Events 1)
– Golf Ball (Events 2)
Section B: Program Design Basics
– Starting at the End
– Designing User Interfaces
– Designing Workflow
Section C: Coding Basics
– Building the App
– Basic Code Syntax
– Class Building
– Object Declaration
– Create Methods
– Data Types
– Decision Making
– Compiling and Testing
Section D: Course Recap
This course is accessible online, meaning your studies can be easily fit in around your existing home and work commitments.
For more information about our computer programming training, or to learn about our Programming Fundamentals Diploma, contact your local centre today.
Rather than focusing on a single programming language, this course will teach prospective programmers three basic principles: introduction to objects, program design basics and coding basics.
There are no pre-requisites for this course, it is suitable for beginners.
With further, more in-depth training, you could work towards a rewarding career in programming. You could work towards roles such as Software Developer, Animation Programmer, Java Programmer or Special Effects Programmer.