A SKILL FOR LIFE

— Learn to code with Python. Beginner Courses.

No experience required.

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Begin your journey here

Discover how the programs you use daily work.

Develop a new skill that can earn you extra money.

Create you own technology solutions.


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How to learn to code

Learn , practice practice practice and apply your skills


Python Courses

 
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Python Adult Classes

Engaging Beginner Course

Learn the fundamentals of Python

Be confident with technology

 

Python Instructor

  • Teaching the fundamentals of technology and coding using Python

  • IT Engineering Degree with First Class Honours (University of Adelaide) and an MBA (London Business School)

  • Worked as a Software Engineer in industry for 15 years at Motorola (Australia) and Microsoft and Morgan Stanley (London).


Benefits of learning to code

Learning to code is a skill for life, regardless of your career path. It strengthens logical thinking, builds problem solving capabilities and encourages creativity. Students build confidence in their abilities while working with peers to build practical applications.

 
 
 

The what, where and why of coding?

Coding is telling a computer what you want it to do via step by step instructions. Today our digital world is powered by code from online banking and health monitoring devices to social media and messaging. In order to excel, it is important to understand the basics of coding no matter what our career choice.   

 
 
 

Technology and Country Leaders - Write Code!!

Some of the biggest names in technology give their view on why we all need to learn to code, regardless of what we choose to pursue as a career. Coding will introduce you to how technology works and enable you to create and shape the world around you. 

 
Learning to write programs stretches your mind and helps you think better. Creates a way of thinking about things that I think is helpful in all domains.
— Bill Gates
 
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We must get our children in schools exposed to IT, exposed to programming.
— Singapore Prime Minister: Lee Hsien Loong