6 Beach Rd, 403 Old Castle Brewery,
Woodstock, Cape Town, 7520
This course is designed to catalyze your learning of development and particularly web development. The course runs for 4 weeks and is lead by industry professionals that will facilitate your learning alongside our coaches. Classes are packed with information and the course projects will ensure that the steep learning curve has a practical application.
What you will learn
· Availability for the duration of the course
· Computer literacy
· English proficiency
Learn how to make your front-end interactive using HTML
Learn how to make your front-end interactive using CSS
Learn to use tools that are used on a daily basis in the workplace
Learn how the internet works and how website requests are made.
Collaboration & Git
Manage your code versions and deployments using Git and source control.
Responsive web design
Learn to make web pages responsive using CSS, Flexbox, CSS Grid and Bootstrap.
Understand core internet technology. All technical and policy aspects of the underlying core infrastructure
Dev Ops Practitioners
Our Payment Plans
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Scholarships & Bursaries
We offer scholarships and bursaries to qualifying candidates with potential to make an impact in the tech industry.
You can qualify if the following applies to you.
✔ South African Citizen ✔ 18 years or older ✔ EE candidate ✔ Female ✔ Passed our Challenge
To apply go to tech-leaders.org. Tech Leaders is a project of CodeSpace which gives
potential tech leaders access to funding and leadership development.
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“Codespace gave me the tools to realize my potential and become more confident in what I have to offer. I wasn't just taught how to code, but how to believe that I CAN code, and take it from there. Codespace is a sanctuary built by people who genuinely care about our futures, and for that I am very grateful.”