Working with code

Start your coding journey with us in January

If your New Year’s resolution is to change career into something more rewarding, we can help.

At our Edinburgh and Glasgow campuses we teach programming languages including Ruby, Java and JavaScript, immersing students in 16 weeks of classes and projects that train them to the level of junior software developer.

Within just five months of graduating, 90% of students go on to work in diverse roles including project managers, UX analysts, software consultants and testers.

To help you start your coding journey, why not pop in to one of our lunchtime or evening info sessions in January, or write your first line of code at a Saturday taster session?

Edinburgh

CodeClan on Castle Terrace

Info sessions are a great way to meet our instructors and to hear what it’s like to be part of our intensive Professional Software Development course.

Sign up today for an evening session on Tuesday 16th January or pop in over lunch on Wednesday 31st January (feel free to bring a sandwich!).

You can also write your first program at our half-day taster session on Saturday 20th January – it’s just £20 and includes lunch.

Glasgow

Glasgow taster session

Our Glasgow campus is based in the Tontine building at 20 Trongate, and our first 2018 evening info session on Thursday 18th January from 6pm, or there’s lunchtime session on Tuesday 23rd January from 12.15pm.

Our first half day taster session of the year takes place on Saturday 27th January and just like in Edinburgh it’s £20 including lunch.

Can’t make those dates?

If you can’t make the above sessions, sign up to our newsletter to be the first to hear about our February dates.

You can also contact Steph in Admissions to discuss dropping by our Edinburgh or Glasgow campuses at a time that suits you. You might also find some useful information in our list of your 10 most-asked questions.

Download our free ebook

Our free ‘Why Learn to Code?’ ebook provides an introduction to the world of software development and might inspire you over the festive period!