JOIN US IN 2020

DIGITAL CAREER PROGRAM

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Start your digital career by joining our 4 months program.

We are currently within our  Autumn Semester (Sep 2019 - Jan 2020).

The next Semester opportunity to become a student in February 2020. 

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Semester Dates Autumn Semester 2019  

 

Semester Duration:

28th September 2019 to 30th January 2020

Kick-Off Weekend:

September 28th at Steelcase

Technical Courses:

times a week

All classes take place during the evening 

Teaching Language:

English 

Questions? Contact:

khaled@redi-school.org

+49 176 307 882900

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

 

 

As a ReDI School student, you will participate in a 4-months program with usually three weekly evening classes (two hours each) taught by volunteers, who are all professionals in the digital industry. We offer our courses in BerlinMunich, and Copenhagen. If you are not based in either of these cities we recommend taking part in the Cisco Networking Academy.

 

In addition, you will get access to a large number of workshops, professional networks, job training and conferences, which can help you land a job or find a paid internship.

 

In case you don't have a laptop, we will support you with one, that you give back at the end of the course. Our courses in the Digital Career Program are in English. That means that you should have at least basic English skills

Since the courses are free and the teachers are volunteers we expect our students to be highly motivated and committed: Regularly showing up in class, reliably doing your homework and respect for the class rules, teachers and other students are a MUST.  

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Front End

Development

Software Development

Data

Analytics

12

months

BASICS

Theory

Practice

4 months

ADVANCED

Project based learning

4months

3 months

Junior FD

Junior SD

Junior DA

See more details below.

Introduction to HTML/CSS

Minimum entry requirements

  • Basic computer knowledge and be proficient in their preferred OS

  •  Ability to work with text software and a passion for programming

  • Willing to commit time (classes and homework)

 

Desirable skills

  • Interest in problem-solving and willing to push through the frustration

  • Communicative to the group and teachers

  • Curious and ask questions. Proactive in helping others

  • Eager to dedicate time for the course

  • Willing to give feedback and to be committed and on time

After this course, you will be able to:

  • Apply advanced skills in front end web development

  • Create a complex web application and deploy it

  • Deep understanding of programming principles in JavaScript

  • Use the front end development library React

Why would someone join your course?

  • For a perfect first step into your career in tech, you will learn from the most passionate the things you don’t learn at school

  • In the tech industry - especially in Munich - good Frontend Developers are desperately needed

  • You can instantly see the result of your code which keeps you super motivated

What is it what you exactly learn?

  • Build your own fully functional web-page

  • Collaborate with others (your future colleagues) on real projects

  • In addition to coding skills, we also help you to build up soft skills (confidence, feedback, openness) highly required in the tech industry in order to confidently apply for a job.

 

Bonus! Possible career options in that field: You’ll be able to join the advanced class of Frontend path and/or with the skills acquired in our class you’ll most likely to fit for an Internship or a Trainee/Entry level Job.

 

When: Classes are two times a week: Monday and Thursday
Time:19:00 - 21:00

The semester starts at 29.09 and ends at 30.01. (breaks 23.12 - 05.01 and all public holidays)

JavaScript

Minimum entry requirements

  • Basic HTML and CSS

  • Basic JavaScript like variables, functions, loops, objects, arrays

  • Basic DOM Manipulation

  • Motivation, ability to work in a team

  • Willing to try out and research stuff at home

 

Desirable skills

  • Understanding of the internet (client, server, HTTP, etc.)

  • Willingness to work in teams and built at least one project

After this course, you will be able to:

  • Apply advanced skills in front end web development

  • Create a complex web application and deploy it

  • Deep understanding of programming principles in JavaScript

  • Use the front end development library React

Why would someone join your course?

Do you want to take your Javascript skills to the next level? React will open you many doors in the industry jungle!

What is it what you exactly learn?

Build your own web apps, from games to tools to complete social platforms! We will build on your basic JS knowledge and bring them to the next level with advanced concepts and React.js!

 

Bonus! Possible career options in that field: Build the next Facebook or Snapchat! Everyone’s building web apps. Everyone’s using React. Everyone will want you to work for them!!

 

When: Classes are two times a week: Monday and Thursday
Time:19:00 - 21:00

The semester starts at 29.09 and ends at 30.01. (breaks 23.12 - 05.01 and all public holidays)

Introduction to Java

Minimum entry requirements

Basic computer knowledge and be proficient in their preferred OS:

  • Ability to work with text software

  • Passion about programming

  • Willing to commit time (classes and homework)

 

Desirable skills

  •  Interest in problem-solving

  • Willing to push through the frustration.

After this course, you will be able to:

  • Data types, variables, operators, boolean operators

  • Flow control – if/else/loops

  • Basic I/O – printing, reading from a command line and methods

  • Collections - array, list, set, hash

  • Basic OO concepts - objects, methods, object variables

Why would someone join your course?

Because it’s cool. Because you love a challenge. Because Java has been a stable programming language for 20 years. There are many, many Java jobs. It’s easy to move from Java to many other languages.

What is it what you exactly learn?

You’ll learn the basics of programming concepts. You’ll get an idea of the logic behind how your favorite apps work. And you’ll have a foundation for further programming education.

 

Bonus! Possible career options in that field: Java developers can work from large enterprise applications to Android apps.

 

When: Classes are two times a week: Monday and Thursday
Time:19:00 - 21:00

The semester starts at 29.09 and ends at 30.01. (breaks 23.12 - 05.01 and all public holidays)

Intermediate Java

Minimum entry requirements

Completion of the intro to Java course, or equivalent knowledge of Java (in particular: understanding of expressions, data types, methods, and classes; ability to write simple programs in Java).

 

Desirable skills

Students should be comfortable to write, compile, and run a simple program in Java.

After this course, you will be able to:

  • Understand all key concepts of the Java language

  • Solve simple exercises in Java without too much struggling (e.g. find the maximum element of a list of integers)

  • Diagnose and solve problems such as compiler errors and bugs 

Why would someone join your course?

Deepen your knowledge of the Java language and make your way to becoming a professional software developer.

What is it what you exactly learn?

We expand on the content of the first Java course to include all key concepts in the language, accompanied by lots of practice exercises and small projects using the IDE IntelliJ.

 

Bonus! Possible career options in that field: Backend software engineer and/or Android app developer.

 

When: Classes are two times a week: Monday and Thursday
Time:19:00 - 21:00

The semester starts at 29.09 and ends at 30.01. (breaks 23.12 - 05.01 and all public holidays)

Introduction to Python

Minimum entry requirements

  • Basic computer knowledge and be proficient in their preferred OS

  • Ability to work with text software

  • Passion about programming

  • Willing to commit time (classes and homework)

After this course, you will be able to:

  • Programming basics: data structures, variables, loops, conditions, functions, OOP, modules

  • Programming way of thinking

  • Basic algorithms (e.g. basic sorting)

  • Libraries and packages

  • Good practices (documentation, writing readable code, naming conventions, Pythonic code)

  • Prepare for intermediate python courses

  • Presenting their code and projects

Why would someone join your course?

Learn programming using Python from experienced professionals working in today’s IT market. Python is one of the most highly demanded programming languages in the market.

What is it what you exactly learn?

Learn to work on programming tasks together in a group. ABCs of programming with python.

 

Bonus! Possible career options in that field: Data science, web development, API development and/or Machine Learning.

 

When: Classes are two times a week: Monday and Thursday
Time:19:00 - 21:00

The semester starts at 29.09 and ends at 30.01. (breaks 23.12 - 05.01 and all public holidays)

Python for Data Science

Minimum entry requirements

  • Data types

  • If statement

  • For loop

  • While loop

  • Functions

  • Modules

  • Data structures

 

Desirable skills

  • List comprehension

  • Numpy

After this course, you will be able to:

  • Being able to import a Dataset

  • Being able to explore and describe the data

  • Have an understanding of what can be done with a specific dataset

  • Preprocess the data ( cleaning the data)

  • Visualize Data

  • Process Data

  • Implement a Machine Learning model

  • Present a Data Science project

Why would someone join your course?

Because Data science is “The Sexiest Job of the 21st Century”; according to Harvard Business Review.

What is it what you exactly learn?

We are going to tell them why data is valuable and how to work with it to make the best out of its value.

 

Bonus! Possible career options in that field: Data scientists are hired in basically any place/field where there is data. So there is a wide range of options for future working fields.

 

When: Classes are two times a week: Monday and Thursday
Time:19:00 - 21:00

The semester starts at 29.09 and ends at 30.01. (breaks 23.12 - 05.01 and all public holidays)

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