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Duration

5 Weeks

Tuition

$950

  Vancouver

Jan 5-Feb 2

Commitment

Part-Time

Delivery

Classroom

Year Founded

2013

Average Class Size

24

Scholarships

yes

Start with the basics then dive deep with hands-on training and guidance. Learn how to make more by making a web application which stores information and interacts with your visitors by learning part-time in 5 weeks.

What You’ll Learn

An introduction to programming fundamentals starting with brief theory on programming basics and building websites. It is structured to give you a strong foundation to utilize programming in your career.

  • HTML & CSS Basics
  • JavaScript Basics
  • jQuery Basics
  • Integration

Class Structure

  • Code Core will have two trained instructors work with you as they present lectures and assist you in a small classroom environment.
  • You will have a weekly project and short in-class review to gauge your progress.
  • Code Core does not be give you grades. This is hands-on training, with an optional final exam.
  • There will be a course project you work on toward the end of the course that involves HTML, CSS and Javascript.

Admission Requirements

  • Understanding how to use Internet Explorer, Chrome or Safari.
  • Familiarity with using your computer.
  • Available to attend a one day session on the weekend and one evening session on a weekday.

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Student Reviews (2)

CodeCore

Amazing experience

Vancouver •

Graduated From

Developer Bootcamp

Overall:

5 out of 5

Instructors:

5 stars

Curriculum:

5 stars

Job Assistance:

5 stars

The greatest thing about CodeCore is that you're taught by the founder. Tam is an amazing teacher who will go the extra mile to help you become a developer. Overall, a great coding bootcamp experience with plenty of after-class support!

The greatest thing about CodeCore is that you're taught by the founder. Tam is an amazing teacher who will go the extra mile to help you become a developer. Overall, a great coding bootcamp experience with plenty of after-class support!

CodeCore

A gruelling bootcamp experience that pays off

Vancouver •

Graduated From

Developer Bootcamp

Overall:

4 out of 5

Instructors:

5 stars

Curriculum:

4 stars

Job Assistance:

5 stars

Buyer beware: this is a TOUGH bootcamp. If you aren't ready to eat, sleep and breathe code, then you should consider another bootcamp... probably even another career. Having said that, CodeCore changed my life for the better.

The bootcamp gave

Buyer beware: this is a TOUGH bootcamp. If you aren't ready to eat, sleep and breathe code, then you should consider another bootcamp... probably even another career. Having said that, CodeCore changed my life for the better.

The bootcamp gave me everything I needed to land my first job as a junior developer. Instructors and TA's are serious about helping you learn and setting you up for career success. Use them while you work 12 hour days, because they're there to make life easier. The students who tried to learn everything on their own didn't learn as quickly as those of us who stayed around campus all day and used the available resources.

CodeCore won't guarantee you a job -- no bootcamp honestly can. But we got a lot of dedicated job/interview prep time, plus help polishing our resumes and figuring out a plan to get hired. CodeCore lined up 4 interviews for me. One of those led to my current job.

CodeCore is just the beginning. Anyone who tells you 12 weeks is enough time to become a senior software developer is kidding himself. What CodeCore offers is access to a solid dev community and the right foundations you need to begin your career.

FAQ

  • Is CodeCore a Designated Learning Institution (Accredited)?

    The BC Ministry of Advanced Education does not use the term “Accredited” as of 2016 and now uses the term “Designated”. And yes, we are a fully Designated Learning Institution under the BC Ministry of Advanced Education.

  • Who should apply?

    You’ve already started learning to code. You’re looking to accelerate your learning and make that jump. * You’re interested in solving problems through code and putting in the long hours it will take to become proficient. * If this doesn’t fit you, no problem. We can help you gain the fundamental knowledge you will need to succeed in the bootcamp.

  • Can I apply for Student Loans for the bootcamp?

    Yes! There may be multiple options available based on your situation. You may wish to talk to your bank about a personal loan or a Student Line of Credit. CodeCore is a Designated Institution and you may be able to apply for a Student Loan under StudentAidBC (or your home province). Contact CodeCore to speak with a representative for more information before applying!

  • Can you get me a job after the bootcamp?

    The law prevents us from guaranteeing students a jobs after our course, but most likely. The demand for junior developers in Vancouver is quite high. In fact we’ve got over 40 Hiring Partners who are looking for new talent. So much so that some of them are hiring candidates and sending them to CodeCore for 12 weeks.

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