Weekends - classes take place every other weekend on Saturdays and Sundays, from 9AM to 5PM (8 hours per day, including a lunch break and two shorter coffee breaks). The course consists of a total of five sessions.
Day classes - the course consists of a total of three blocks (4 days + 3 days + 3 days), 8 hours per day, including a lunch break and two coffee breaks (9AM to 5PM). There is a longer break in between the teaching blocks that lasts usually a week or two.
Evening classes - classes take place from 6PM to 8:30PM, the duration of the course is around 3 months, classes are held on Mondays and Wednesdays or Tuesdays and Thursdays every week.
In the weekend and day class types, the whole course consists of a total of 80 hours of classes. The weekend variant is around 2 months long. The day class variant is the most intensive and takes just over a month to complete. The evening class variant consists of 65 hours due to the lack of longer lunch breaks. This type of course is the slowest and takes the longest to complete – around 3 months.
Remote learning – Virtual Classroom, live with the trainer and the group.
The form of remote classes (videoconference, “virtual classroom”) is the same as our standard mode classes just without leaving your home or office. The classes are live-streamed with the instructor teaching them instead of watching any pre-recorded videos. The instructor explains everything, helps with any problems and is very engaged with the group. Classes are taught by the same people who teach the standard on-site classes from the same program.Participants can count on the instructors help but they are also engaged with other students just as they are during on-site courses. We take great care to maintain the workshop nature of our classes.
In practice the actual course looks like this: the participant receives an invitation with a link which will connect him/her remotely to a specialised teleconference system, creating a "virtual classroom". The participant will be able to see the instructor and the image from the overhead projector. The class duration will be the same as the on-site classes. During the classes, in addition to vision and sound, there will be access to a chat (with the instructor and the other course participants). There will be the possibility to send files/attachments, show parts of the code, ask questions, receive help, etc. At the participants request, the instructor can also get access to the screen and mouse of the participant’s computer (“taking over the mouse and keyboard”) or the window with the code in the programming environment in order to correct a line of code, make comments or simply to show how to perform a given action.
After completing the course, you will receive the same certificate (regardless of the type of class) and the instructor will be available after the teaching block to answer any additional questions.
Remote weekend (part-time), day (during the week) and evening class (during the week) dates are available. There is the exactly same number of teaching hours during remote learning as there is during on-site classes and classes are held at the same times.