Progressive Coding Classes
TEEN & ADULTS
Introduction to coding and programming 101. This course helps clarify a pathway for you!
TEEN & ADULT CLASSES
PROGRESSIVE CODING™ Curriculum
CodeSchoolAsia's main mission is to give you a deeper insight on programming, so that you understand the background, roadmap and pathway to launching a successful career in programming, this approach allows you to make an informed decision about the most suitable career path for you!
There are too many institutions focused on specialisation for adults or have basic low level approach on coding education primarily for children, we intend to bridge that gap between general introductory programming studies and specialization courses so that you can be well equipped in understanding roadmaps and the industry.
To support this endeavour we introduced Progressive Coding™ an in-depth progressive curriculum that takes you through programming, web development, data analysis, security, ethics and design as a fundamental programming beginning to what children, teens and adults need when deciding to embark in this journey.
All online and physical classes are accompanied by a mentor that is focused on understanding the goals and aspirations of the student. The mentor takes a personal approach and builds a relationship with the student, that continues throughout the course and perhaps even after. At CodeSchoolAsia we place importance on Mentor/Mentee Relationships. The primary goal of CodeSchoolAsia's Mentors are to build self reliant students that can independently learn without the need of a tutor and thereon embark on developing new skills and capacities beyond our institutions.
Classes are open to students, of all ages, especially kids and adults with learning difficulties. All are welcome, to come and learn about programming! Our network of Code-Mentors are well trained to guide, assist and encourage you in this journey. Coding is awesome and we'd love to help you get started.
As part of our endeavour to contribute to society, we will be launching CodeSchoolRoadmapInitiative(CSRI2023) as a free resource site to encourage and enable less fortunate students who are passionate about coding an avenue to learn programming through provided resources from our partners, sponsors and affiliates. According to UNICEF "over 50 per cent of children live in learning poverty – 12.5 million children at the primary level and 16.5 million children at the lower secondary level are out-of-school". We're looking to serve 2 million people as site learners by 2023 by working on multilingual sites and resource pages for students to explore and learn coding for free through their mobile phones.