This diploma is for anyone seeking a career in software and/or web development across a wide range of entry-level positions.
Throughout their study, students gain hands-on experience with a range of software development projects that build in complexity as students add programming skills and languages to their toolkit.
Students will learn to:
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
The Software and Web Developer programme prepares students for a dynamic career in software and web development.
Students don’t need to have any specific experience or qualifications before beginning the training.
Computer and Technology Basics for Developers
This course is designed to provide students with a firm foundation in technology fundamentals. The course has been developed so that someone with no prior technology experience can fully under- stand computers.
Overview of Software Development
Designed to teach students the basics of computer programming, students will learn the fundamental concepts of coding without reference to a specific computer language.
This course is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills to utilize version control systems.
Students will gain a thorough understanding of the concepts required to develop websites using the HTML programming language.
CSS and Bootstrap
This course provides students with the essential knowledge and skills to use CSS and Bootstrap to develop esthetically appealing websites.
Database and SQL
In this course, students learn the fundamentals of databases and SQL and how they relate to software development.
This course is designed to teach students how to navigate and manage programming code within Visual Studio, an integrated development environ- ment from Microsoft that helps developers write software programs.
C# and .NET Framework (Parts 1 & 2)
The C# and .NET Framework courses are designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills to use the C# programming language and Microsoft’s .NET Framework.
Managing Software Development Projects
This course is designed specifically for students who are new to managing software development projects. Students will complete this course with a greater understanding of project management as it relates to software development.
500 hours flexi study / 20 weeks full time
(full-time based on 20-30 hours / week)