Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 10, 2013
ProCode Institute, an innovative, encompassing new school dedicated to teaching web development in Los Angeles and the crucial skills required for aspiring developers to succeed in the growing world of programming, is announcing the open enrollment of its core classes, beginning on June 17 and 18, 2013. Enrollment is open to residents in the greater Los Angeles area and classes will be held in Santa Monica, CA.
ProCode Institute offers a hands-on, collaborative approach to ambitious web developers and coders seeking formal training in the growing fields of design and development. By offering both front-end and back-end courses, the institute will strive to give students an all-encompassing view of web development, from the ground up, inside and out.
“Due to the growing demand for experienced web developers throughout various industries within the economy, more and more job positions are becoming available for individuals who exhibit proficient web development knowledge on a comprehensive level,” said Patrick Felder of ProCode Institute. “Unfortunately, traditional school courses have left much to be desired in the way of curriculum for these skills, creating a crucial void of knowledge. ProCode Institute was created out of a necessity to bridge the gap between theoretical web coding instruction and a hands-on, pedagogical approach.”
By the end of each course, students will have developed a working portfolio to share with prospective employers and potential freelance clients, creating a viable foundation for entry into the workforce using these refined skills. Students will also be educated on what employers are looking for and will benefit from the guidance of ProCode instructors, who will help them to seek out real-world opportunities to showcase their skills.
ProCode courses have been designed to meet the needs of any and all lifestyles, and will be offered weekday evenings to best accommodate college students and working professionals who are looking to supplement their skill sets. ProCode’s rigorous courses have been designed to cater to any experience level and can easily be undertaken by individuals with little to no web coding experience, preparing them fully for entry-level web development positions at the end of their nine-week course.
Future plans for ProCode Institute include an expansive selection of new courses in the latest programming topics, seminars with guest speakers who will share insight through their industry experience and weekend workshops designed to supplement the portfolios of budding developers.
To learn more about ProCode Institute, to browse an overview of its courses and find out more about its various programming focuses, or to explore pricing, please visit http://procodeinstitute.com/.