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Diploma in Python Programming - September 2021



Diploma in Python Programming - September 2021 is a course run by City Colleges, Dublin. It is a 'Blended Learning - Mix of Classroom & Online' course with a duration of 11 weeks, 1 evening per week from 6.30 to 9.30pm. Diploma in Python Programming - September 2021 gives a Course Qualification of Diploma. For more information about Diploma in Python Programming - September 2021 at City Colleges, please review the details below.

Course Fee


Classroom:
€795 (€895 if paying by installments)
Live Online:
€695 (€795 if paying by installments)
International/Non-EU:
Call +353 1 4160034

Why Study Python Programming?

Python is easier to read, write, and learn than most other major programming languages.

Python has been in the public domain for 30 years and it has become a very common programming language. Used in a myriad of domains, from AI to web development, it is now one of the most popular languages used by development teams.

Python is an interpreted programming language. This means that unlike compiled languages like C++ or Java, you can run each line of code as soon as you finish writing it and see the results immediately. This is especially great for new programmers because you can get instantaneous feedback instead of waiting for the whole program to compile and run before you figure out if there is an error in your code.

Course Overview

This course will provide you with an overview of the software development process in addition to introducing important programming constructs and methodologies, using Python as a focal point. As this is an introductory course, no pre-requisite qualifications are necessary, but any experience in Computing and particularly in Programming is advantageous.

This course is designed to meet the needs of candidates who are currently working in related fields and may want to up-skill or for those who wish to pursue entry-level roles in the ICT sector. This course is also ideal for those who wish to pursue further study in Computer Science.

Diploma in Python Programming Course Content

An Introduction to Programming in Python

  • What is programming?
  • Program Implementation and IDEs – Software setup

Variables and Input/Output

  • Why do we need to store values?
  • How can we perform basic mathematical operations?

Strings and text manipulation

Conditional Statements

  • Why we need to make decisions in coding? – Different Decision constructs

Loops

  • Why we need loops

Sequences

  • Lists
  • Tuples
  • What other components are needed to optimise use of Arrays

Functions

  • Why would we want to break up our code?
  • How do we set up methods to allow us to sectionalise our code?

File Handling – The basics

Basic Object-Oriented Principles

  • Why do we need OOP?
  • What are the pillars of OOP?
  • How to set up an Object class in Python
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Training ProviderCity Colleges
Course LocationDublin
Location PostcodeDublin 2
Course TypeBlended Learning - Mix of Classroom & Online
Course QualificationDiploma
Awarding Body DetailsDiploma in Python Programming
Course Start Date28th September 2021
Course Duration11 weeks, 1 evening per week from 6.30 to 9.30pm
Course TimeEvenings & Online
Course FeeClassroom: €795 (€895 if paying by installments) Live Online: €695 (€795 if paying by installments)
Phone1850 252 740
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