/Let's Get Coding, Python Style

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Provided by: Teeside University

Course Area: North East

Course Code: CIS1042

Course Type: Short Course

Start date: 13/10/2020

End date: 12/11/2020

Subjects: Coding

Price: Free

Delivery Method: Online

Course overview

This course is designed for people working in industry or who have some knowledge of Python. Python is a free, approachable powerful programming language for novices and professionals to use for anything from automating simple repetitive tasks, to big data processing and machine learning.

 

You undertake practical problem solving using the Python programming language, building up programming fundamentals and gaining insight into opportunities that open up once you’re able to write your own computer programmes.

 

You start coding straight away, and have everything you need to take your learning further, whether at work or independently. From project managers to administrative professionals to veterans of other programming languages and teachers teaching coding, Python has something to offer you.

 

You need access to a PC or laptop, internet, audio headset and Python software, which is downloadable from the University once you register.

Employed people working in Durham or Tees Valley

The course is fully funded if you work in: Darlington, Durham, Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Redcar or Tees Valley.

 

If you are not employed in one of these areas, don’t worry we do have options available.  Contact a member of the team to discuss by emailing digitalskillsforgrowth@tees.ac.uk

 

 

What will I learn

  •  Knowledge of fundamental programming concepts
  •  Familiarity with the basic tools required for software development, such as a source code editor and a command line interface
  • The practical skills required to implement simple applications using the Python programming language
  • Experience of the software development process (designing solutions, testing application code, documenting the finished product)
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