Cayman Code Academy is utilising the proven curriculum of Code Fellows, an internationally recognised coding school.
No prerequisites or previous experience required for 100-level courses.
Cayman Enterprise City (CEC) in partnership with the University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI) and internationally recognised code education experts Code Fellows, have announced that registration is now open for Cayman Code Academy (CCA), Cayman’s first immersive coding academy that supports individuals from all backgrounds to change their lives through career-focused education.
Upcoming sessions take place this October at CEC’s Strathvale House location in the heart of George Town and new courses include Code 101 “Explore Software Development” and Code 102 “Intro to Software Development”. CCA’s 100-level courses introduce coding beginners to the world of software development, from basic HTML and CSS to the many career paths available for developers. All classes in the 100 level are beginner-friendly, with every student starting at the same point—no prerequisites or previous experience required. 100-level courses are designed for students exploring the potential of a career in tech, those preparing for an upcoming Code 201 course, or individuals who require a basic understanding of web development.
CCA will offer beginner, foundation, intermediate, advanced, and continuing education programmes taught in-person in the Cayman Islands. To receive additional details, new course dates, and registration deadlines, individuals may sign up to the CCA email list.
via press release