Coaching Program

Personalized 1-on-1 training sessions, working on real-world projects while receiving 24/7 support.

How does it work

Forget everything you know about training, we have developed a unique, highly effective way to get people coding.

  • We match you with a real software developer who meets you weekly
  • They teach you how to code and build real software applications
  • No exams, no classes. Just you learning how to code from an actual developer.
Phase I

Fundamentals of Web Development

  • Basics of Web Development (HTML, CSS, JavaScript)
  • Best practices and tools (Git, Github, VS Code)
  • Complete 1 real-world project

Details

2 months (Full-time)
3 months (Part-time)
$1,000+HST
Phase II

Full Stack Development

  • Front-end, back-end, automated testing and CI/CD pipelines
  • Build multiple real-world projects
  • Start contributing to real projects outside Get Coding

Details

5 months (Full-time)
9 months (Part-time)
$6,000+HST

Job Search

  • Multiple career coaching sessions
  • Networking opportunities
  • Career search guidance and support

Details

Average 2 months
Included

How is it different

We know there are many choices out there, here is a comparison how Get Coding stacks up against those.

Duration

Networking

Success Management

Commitment per week

Instructors

Technologies & Content

Location

Cost

Get Coding

University
or College

Online Courses

2 + 7 months

Online

Limited

None

St. John's tech ecosystem

Not enforced

None

Dedicated
one-on-one

40h+

Flexible

15-40h

Academics

Scientific/Academic and generally not in demand

Anyone on the internet

Software Developers

In class or Online

Unlimited Choices

Based on our 2020 industry survey

Online

$1,000 + $6000
or
$200/month + DCT

12 months+

Flexible

$9,018+

Free or cheap

What you will learn

After the program you will be a Full Stack Developer, and be confident in your job search and understanding of the industry.

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In demand technical skills

You will learn Full Stack Development. And languages and technologies based on our survey of the local tech industry. These currently are HTML, CSS, JS, React JS, Node JS, MySQL, AWS.

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Personal brand & tech culture

Coding is not the only thing that you need in order to get a job as a software developer in the tech sector. We will help you with all the things you need to learn to land a job.

What can you do when you finish

Flexible Payment Options

We are on a mission to create the most effective and accessible education out there, so we have created a number of options of paying for the program. All of these options get you:

  • Flexible time commitment
  • One-one-one coding coaching with actual software developers
  • Build projects with most in demand technologies
  • One-on-one career coaching
  • Access to Get Coding events
  • Lifetime access to our support community of students, coaches and graduates

Upfront

Phase I

$1,000

Phase II

$6,000

Pay your entire $1,000 and $6,000 upfront, once you begin your program. This is our least expensive and simplest option.

Split Upfront

Phase I

$1,000

Phase II

$3,250 + $3,250

Pay $1,000 to begin Phase I, and once you begin Phase II, pay $3,250 upfront, and in 3 months pay the other $3,250.

Financial Aid

If you can't pay upfront, get in touch with us to discuss options availible.

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Frequently Asked Questions.

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What am I actually paying for?

You are mainly paying for the 1-on-1 coaching session, during which we provide you with code review, industry insights, and direction to complement your training. We also curate the resources we think will get you to your goals quicker and provide you with 24/7 troubleshooting for when you get stuck.

How long is the program?

It takes between 6 - 12 months, depending on how quickly you learn, how much time you spend and what projects you choose to build.

What technical knowledge is required to join the program?

Nothing really. Curiosity for technology and being comfortable with your computer and browser.

Does everyone get into the program?

We reserve the right to refuse entry to our program to anyone.

What do you look for when accepting a new student?

We generally look for commitment and aptitude for learning how to code. As well as understanding of the local, and global tech sector.

How big of a commitment is this?

We believe you need to dedicate at least 15 hours a week to practicing to see results. You can stop at any time. There is no long-term commitment.

Do you offer a certificate for completing the course?

We do not believe certificates are a good measure of technical skills. You shouldn't either. Instead, we focus on you building a real portfolio of live projects that "wow" others.

How does the payment work?

You can learn more about how payment works on this page.

What if I pay upfront and need to withdraw from the program?

We want to provide an accessible education, so if your situation changes we are happy to provide a refund. The refund is calculated by taking your initial upfront payment and then taking away the number of attended sessions multiplied by$250.

So let's say you paid $6,000 upfront and want to withdraw after having 4 sessions (about 1 month in), you would receive a refund of $5,000.

Have a different question?

Schedule a time with us here and there we can answer any questions or explain how the program works more in depth.