This is a beginner’s course in object-oriented programming using Java. It will teach you the Java language and give you a solid foundation in object-oriented programming. Using project-based content, you’ll learn to build simple programs that solve everyday problems.
Java is used by the biggest companies in the world to build an array of software.
This Java course will also help you understand object-oriented programming concepts that apply to other object-oriented programming languages, putting you in a strong position to learn additional languages.
As the course is taught on weekday evenings or weekends, you can easily fit your learning in around other commitments.
Who is it for?
Anyone can join this Java for beginners course. It’s for anyone who wants to get into programming and gain a solid understanding of Java basics and programming in general.
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This Java programming course takes place for two hours on a weekday evening for ten weeks, or for five hours every Saturday for five weeks (with one hour break for lunch).
You’ll learn a language that is used everywhere. When you can program in Java, you’ll find a wide range of entry-level programming jobs are open to you.
Having time between lessons will allow you to process what you learn each week, embedding your knowledge more deeply than if you completed an intensive course.