#DARE2CODE

Coding has become the centre of every innovation to bring to reality the solutions, and innovations we perceive and desire to bring to life in the 21st Century driven by computing and technology, call it the 4th Industrial Revolution (4IR)

With a range of functions from conception to being; mobile applications for gaming, business, information sharing, learning, to Intelligent Apps such as those for health, to computer programmes, to data collection tools, and visualisation dashboards, to Artificial Intelligence & Robotics, to virtual reality, to Internet of things, to machine learning, blockchain, and cognitive learning, among others; these are all drive by code, hence the need to empower those who desire these skills to effectively work with these technologies

DARE2CODE

Under our #DARE2CODE program, which is run as a series of seasonal BootCamps, we organise coding training sessions conducted by seasoned Industry Experts for our students, college and high school leavers, and members of the general public to train or improve their knowledge in coding.

Through the #BIT Coding Club, our students and staff take part in a Coding where they develop solutions for their needs, the Institute, and for society.

 

WHY SHOULD I ALSO LEARN CODING?

Coding offers great opportunities both the employment, and self-employment (free-lance), whether you have formally graduated from the course, or not. It’s more about the skill you’ve mastered, and what you can do with it. Generally, below are some of the benefits to picking up a coding skill;

1. Coding and programming careers have great earning potential
One of the strongest and most obvious draws of learning to code is the earning potential for coding and programming professionals, with an over average employability compared to other occupations.

2. Coding ability gives new perspective to problem-solving
Learning to code has the inadvertent effect of teaching you how to think, understanding logic, at a deep level, has greatly improves problem-solving proficiency, with this transferable into any other sphere of life.

3. Demand remains strong, and is bound to keep growing for coding-related jobs
When it comes to coding-related jobs and ‘gigs’, there is plenty of opportunity for those with the skill

4. Learning to code offers career flexibility.
Learning to code can help open up new areas of opportunity in your career and ultimately make you a more flexible candidate in a rapidly-shifting digital economy.

5. Coding can be useful in jobs you might not expect
Coding and programming skills are universally applicable in many sectors, and highly valuable for people working in highly technical specialist jobs, but it can be for everyone, and all can find practical ways to apply coding knowledge in non-coding jobs.

Register today for our Next Coding BootCamp