Deferred Conditional Tuition

Pay only $200/month while you are in the program, and only if you get a job you pay the deferred tuition.

DCT Payment Options

while you are in the program
when you get a job
while you are in the program
for 12 months
when you get a job
while you are in the program
for 24 months
when you get a job

Why DCT?

We are proud to be the first institution in NL to implement this fair payment option.

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Levelling the accountability

If our program doesn't do what we say it does, you don't pay the remainder of the tuition. This makes us accountable to have as good of a program as possible.

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This innovative funding model makes changing careers accessible to everyone. It also reinforces our commitment to the quality of our program and helping you switch careers.

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We are the first institution in Newfoundland and Labrador to offer this kind of fair tuition agreement.

How much will it cost

Use the calculator below to understand approximately how much will it cost to go through Get Coding's Coaching Program.

* There is no way to know how many months you will need to spend in the Coaching Program, but based on our previous students that length is between 6 - 12 months.


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Total: $x

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Frequently Asked Questions.

What exactly is the DCT?

Deferred Conditional Tuition (DCT) is a contract that allows us to charge students much less up front ($200/month) while they are in the program, because it guarantees that, if the student gets a job in tech, that pays over $40,000/year in 2 years from starting the program, the student has to pay the deferred tuition ($307/biweekly for 12 months, or $192/biweekly for 24 months).

Why do I still have to pay $200/month?

Get Coding actually doesn't get any money from this $200. It is used to pay the instructors, who are all software developers at local tech companies. So they are all independent contractors. And it is not their responsibility to ensure the students are on an overall good path to employment (they ensure the student learns the technical skills at hand). Get Coding's responsibility is to ensure that students is on the right path to employment and other things ensuring student's success. So only if Get Coding does its job only then students actually pay Get Coding.

Do I need to sign the DCT?

If you don't want to sign the DCT you can pay either $6,000 before the program.

Can anyone use the DCT?

We only are able to provide so many DCT agreements at a time, and therefore we reserve the right to not offer a DCT to everyone. If you are interested in applying for a DCT, speak to us.

Who qualifies for the DCT?

To get the DCT, the indivudal has to prove that without the DCT they are either unable or it would be very difficult for them to join the program.

Additionally, we look for proven commitment to learning and aptitude in software development and a strong understanding of the local and global tech sector.

Why is Get Coding using DCT?

We developed DCT to make our program more accessible to everyone, where the upfront tuition only $200/month.

What if I don't get a job?

If you don't get a tech jobs that pays over $40,000/year in under 2 years, then we didn't do our job right therefore you don't pay the deferred tuition.

What if I have to stop the Coaching Program at Get Coding?

You can stop participating in the Coaching Program at any point and stop paying the fixed monthly rate ($200/month). However, if you have done more than 4 sessions with Get Coding's Coaching Program, you are still required to pay the deferred tuition if you find a tech job that pays over $40,000/year within 2 years of starting our program.

How does the payment work?

The fixed $200/month payment is done through a secure online portal. And the deferred tuition is done through the same portal.

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