Programming for Beginners

Duration Time 10 days
Student 20
Location 108 Eltham Green Road , SE9 6BH, London
Certificate yes
Lessons 9
Course features
20 hours of high quality eLearning content
50 real world examples from various industries
3 case studies
Education with new technologies
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Course Content

This course is meant to introduce people who have no programming experience in the world of computer science. With the tech industry becoming one of the most trending fields in the job market, learning how to program can be one of the most important and meaningful skills. This course will teach the basic, foundation concepts of programming in an easy-to-follow manner.

The first part of the course will get students acquainted with some basic concepts used in programming and will lay the conceptual groundwork that the rest of the course will build upon. After learning the basic terms and concepts of computer programming, the next two sections of the course allow students to practice these concepts hand-on.

Students will follow along with basic examples in two programming languages: Python and JavaScript. Both languages are easy for beginners to learn and are very user friendly. This course won’t make you an expert programmer, but it will give you an exciting first look at programming and a foundation of basic concepts with which you can start your journey learning computer programming.

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone with little to no programming experience.
  • Anyone who wants to learn to code.
  • Anyone who wants to learn to program but doesn’t know where to start.



  1. The course is a lot less focused on financial knowledge than expected, Microsoft Excel is strongly emphasized instead, so if you feel fine with your Excel knowledge, the course doesn’t worth it for the financial part.

  2. It was a great experience taking this course, and i enjoyed it very much

  3. Alexander Barberis May 19, 2017 at 8:37 am

    Step by step instructions are a great help for those who are a bit rusty or learning for the first time. The course gets into highly valuable information quickly and builds on it with each lesson.

  4. While the videos are being played, i am trying to catch up by doing the same thing on the excel here but it’s not working out, i got to be faster i suppose.

  5. Couse content is concise and very comprehensive with sufficient practical exercises.
    I like the flexibility for easy to access and learn the course at our own pace which is value for money, particularly for busy working class.

  6. Very quality course; could use more frequent quizzes with more than 1 question in order to constantly check for comprehension. Some ideas are shown and then never revisited after a quiz.

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