Teen Coding With Python II - Self-guided

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August
Online - Remote Learning
Thu Aug 20th - Thu Sep 17th 6:00pm-7:00pm 5 Days
£175Details

Teen Coding With Python II – Self-guided

Advanced Teen Python Programming Course

Take your coding further with this second step in learning Python. This course builds on the Python fundamentals covered in the Teen Coding with Python course.

Ages:

13-17

Equipment:

Laptop, required

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Pricing details

Take your coding further with this second step in learning Python. This course builds on the Python fundamentals covered in the Teen Coding with Python course. 

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£175

Course highlights

The next step

The next step

Take your journey into Python to the next level, extending and deepening your understanding of the language that underpins the vast majority of AI and Machine learning projects.

Build on the basics

Build on the basics

Build on the fundamentals learnt in our Teen Coding with Python 1 course

Advance your skills

Advance your skills

Become self-sufficient when programming in Python. Learn to debug, test and design your programs to be robust as well as where to go for help and support.

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Lead Teachers have a strong background in education coupled with technical expertise in the area they teach. They are supported by Camp Instructors, who are most frequently talented Computer Science …

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Course Overview

Take your coding further with this second step in learning Python. This course builds on the Python fundamentals covered in the Teen Coding with Python course and helps you to deepen your knowledge of this powerful and popular coding language that is helping a wide range of industries push the boundaries of digital innovation and creation. 

Our specialist tutors will help you to develop more robust programming proficiency by developing your knowledge and use of advanced strings & expressions, file IO’s and data structures applied within challenge-focused environments. 

Whether you dream of building the next million pound start-up, working at Facebook or Google, or becoming a Data Scientist, this course will give you a valuable skill to build a rewarding career in whatever field you choose. 

This is an independent learning course, with a focus on project work. Students will work independently at their own pace through learning materials and assignments, and also have weekly live onscreen tutorials for sharing progress and problem-solving.

There are 5 weekly tutorials, lasting 1 hour each. These tutorials are led by an expert, fully DBS-checked instructor, and you will join a small group of other young learners online, working together in fun and interactive sessions. All sessions are monitored and recorded for safety.

For details of how this course covers the coding components of GCSE Computing, download the mapping grid here. Students will also cover topics such as Object Oriented Programming and Creating GUIs which they often won’t encounter until they study Computer Science at A Level or beyond.

What your child will learn

  • Explore Object Oriented Programming in more depth, following on from its introduction in Teen Coding with Python 1
  • Explore different Python IDEs and which is the best choice for a given use case
  • How to install third-party libraries to extend Python's functionality
  • Automated testing of programs
  • Making Python code interact with websites, web services and online data sources
  • Identify everyday tasks that could be automated using Python

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"I had an amazing time doing the Python course at Fire Tech, the activities were interesting and helped further my knowledge and interest in programming."

Mark, Teen Programmer