22 Peel Street
Coders are projected to be in shortage in Ontario through 2026. This makes it great option to consider as a career path. Coders also have many options that other occupations do not enjoy such as the flexibility to work remotely from home, self-employment and the potential for creating your own applications.
The John Howard Society of Kawartha Lakes & Haliburton’s Outreach Literacy program will be offering Free Code Camp at its Lindsay location. Free Code Camp is an online coding platform that allows users to progress at their own pace in achieving different certifications. Staff will assist in the facilitation of this curriculum and support learners in successfully completing their courses. Blending online learning with in person support to ensure learners get the most of out of their learning experience.
The initial offering through our Outreach Literacy program will support theory and practical experience in the following certification:
Responsive Web Design Certification (300 hours)
· Basic HTML and HTML5
· Basic CSS
· Applied Visual Design
· Applied Accessibility
· Responsive Web Design Principles
· CSS Flexbox
· CSS Grid
· Responsive Web Design Projects
Certification is issued by Free Code Camp.
This program allows for continuous intake so that learners can join and participate with flexibility in their schedules and the ability to work on their studies at home and in the center. No prior coding experience is required however users should have an intermediate understanding of computers to get the most out of this program.
Outreach Literacy also offers a computer basics and digital literacy training that we would suggest some learners work through before entering the Free Code Camp program.
Outreach Literacy is located at 22 Peel Street in Lindsay, Ontario
If you are interested in this program or would like to refer someone to this program, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org