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Introduction to Programming introduces learners to the logical mind of computing – how computers work with programming languages, and how to write in a way they will understand. Using pseudocode, these lessons are directly applicable across a range of different programming languages. Also will introduce learners to new methods of understanding and 'de-coding' everyday processes, aiding them in the production of programming code through subsequent language specific courses.
A classroom based teaching. You will be supported by your teacher and take part in group and individual activities.
This course is an entry level course and is an ideal starting place for someone wanting to go on to take a language-specific programming class. Some knowledge of computers would be an aid.
You must make sure you can commit for the whole duration of the courses. Regular attendance is important.
You need to be digital skills enthusiast. Also have a USB/Memory stick and a folder. Pens and paper will be required. You will need an access to a computer at home and do some independent studying.
You would be able to progress to an accredited or non-accredited IT course in North Kensington centre.