Gain the tech skills required by the industry. The course covers:
The Code Nation: Data Analytics course is designed to give people the skills to become high-value Data Analysts. It aims to empower people to develop the necessary skill set to enter the tech industry and hit the ground running.
You will leave this course with an understanding of Data Driven Business Practice, Databases and SQL, Data Visualisation, Cloud networking, Advanced Microsoft Excel, Python and Key data application techniques.
We deliver not only a technical curriculum but also include the wider interpersonal and employability skills employers are looking for in the industry. You will develop and build on your communication, problem solving, project collaboration, presentation, and leadership skills.
Throughout the course you will have the opportunity to hear from industry speakers and receive personalised coaching from experienced data, technology and change professionals.
“I started on Code Nations explore course, then progressed to Develop and then enrolled on the 12-week bootcamp in January 2020, hoping to change my career. I had no coding skills or knowledge when I started, but my instructors assured me that at the end of my training I would be part of a team building a fullstack app.
They were right, that’s exactly what happened. They gave me the skills to build my own website using React and many other projects that I was so proud of.
I’m now an Apprentice at Urban Technology Group and so pleased to be given this life changing opportunity”
Over the last 18 months the need for digital skills has increased exponentially across a wide range of sectors. Code Nation are planning to develop a number of new Skills Bootcamp courses to support workforce re-skilling and up-skilling in tech skills.
Bootcamps are for new and existing employees which can be run over a short duration (up to 16 weeks) and can be full or part time. In order for them to have the highest impact we want to seek your input to ensure our Skills Bootcamps reflect the technical, commercial, and personal skills employers are seeking to develop in their teams.
This short survey will allow us to ensure our curriculum reflects the needs of employers.