Become a student.

Learn IT and be job-ReDI!

We will announce the next semester's application soon!

Supported by:

accenture.png

ReDI community and about you

About ReDI School and Digital Career Program

ReDI is a tech school connecting human potential with new opportunities.

We offer high-end tech skill training and career support. Focusing on the market-demanded IT topics, we accelerate job market integration to our target. All courses are taught by teachers and online!

To become a student
  • You know the basic use of the computer (eg. email, web browser, MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint).

  • You can communicate in English (speaking, listening and writing).

  • You are older than 17 years old (this program is not for kids and youth).

  • We give priority to women and people with a forced migration background.

See our kickoff event to get to know the community!

How to apply (process will open soon)

Step 1

Attend an open day to get to know ReDI and courses!

Step 2

Submit the application form! Do your best to pitch yourself!

Step 3

Meet your potential teacher. Check what you will learn!

Step 4

Once you are admitted, we invite you to the onboarding!

Learning path
Digital Career Program

course offers in autumn 2021

Web Development track

Beginner

Intermediate

JavaScript

Advanced (not available)

React

User-centered Design track

Beginner

Intermediate

UX Design

Advanced (not available)

UI Design

Data Science track

Beginner

Intermediate

Data Analytics

Advanced (not available)

Machine Learning

Cloud and Infrastructure track

Beginner

Intermediate

Cloud

Advanced (not available)

Workspace
 
Web Development track

HTML and CSS course

Course description

Learn the basic skills of web development with HTML and CSS and use them to create a simple website. After this course, you will understand the basic components of a website and how to style them, and you will have built your first website.

Requirements
  • Able to understand and speak English

  • Familiar with basic computer terminology

  • Confident with using a computer, creating files and folders

  • Able to browse the web

  • Interest in web development, design or programming

 

Commitment

Students are expected to commit a minimum of 10 hours per week - including attendance to the course (4 hours/week) and self-learning at home (6hours/week). 80% attendance of the course is required for graduation.

 
User-centered Design track

Web Design Fundamentals course

Course description

Learn the fundamentals of color theory, typography, iconography, layout, content structure, and user-centered design in a project-based approach. You will develop your creativity and technical skills using Figma.

Requirements
  • Able to understand and speak English

  • Familiar with basic computer terminology

  • Confident with using a computer, creating files and folders

  • Able to browse the web

  • Interest in design

 

Commitment

Students are expected to commit a minimum of 10 hours per week - including attendance to the course (4 hours/week) and self-learning at home (6hours/week). 80% attendance of the course is required for graduation.

 
Data Science track

Introduction to Python course

Course description

Get started into the world of programming with Python. You will learn how to program concepts, solve problems, and how to search for solutions and ideas. Building a computer program is NOT rocket science!​

Requirements
  • Able to understand and speak English

  • Familiar with basic computer terminology

  • Confident with using a computer, creating files and folders

  • Able to browse the web

  • Interest in programming and data analytics

 

Commitment

Students are expected to commit a minimum of 10 hours per week - including attendance to the course (4 hours/week) and self-learning at home (6hours/week). 80% attendance of the course is required for graduation.

 
Cloud and Infrastructure track

Networking Fundamentals course

Course description

Begin preparing for a networking career with this introduction to how computer networks operate. This includes learning architecture, structure, and functions needed to support the operations and priorities of the biggest companies to small innovative retailers. You will even get the chance to configure a network yourself, such as a simple LAN (Local Area Network)!

Requirements
  • ble to understand and speak English

  • Basic computer skills

  • Basic mathematical education

  • Interest in computer networking

  • Desirable skills:

  • First experience in using or setting up computer networks

 

Commitment

Students are expected to commit a minimum of 10 hours per week - including attendance to the course (4 hours/week) and self-learning at home (6hours/week). 80% attendance of the course is required for graduation.

What students say

“I never thought I was going to be able to learn how to program until I joined ReDI School”

The amazing thing about the course was the support that you receive from the teachers - even after the class.”

“Distance does not prohibit collaboration and this is what our teachers are trying to teach us.”

“ReDI’s practical methodology makes the learning experience much easier - which I appreciate the most”

“It's been an amazing journey for me since I joined ReDI School. I now have a clear path of what I want to do and what I want to become in terms of my career aspirations

Any questions?

Write an email to Lina!