Technology, Science & Business
Courses in London & Online
Excited by new technology, scientific breakthroughs or business success? Want to improve your digital skills for the workplace or for personal use? Or perhaps you'd like to delve deeper into nature, conservation or astronomy?
We have a huge range of courses to support you in your learning in programming and coding, help you understand new developments in technology with Generative AI, machine learning, data analysis with Python and web design, give you the tools to succeed in business and digital marketing, or enable you to explore more of the world around you with our science and nature courses.
Our tutors are highly qualified industry professionals and will help you reach your personal goals whether you are a complete beginner or are building on existing experience.
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We also offer corporate training for your employees. This can be customised to your company’s training needs and the areas we cover are Programming, Web development, Adobe Creative cloud, Advanced MS Office, digital marketing and social media. We have been successfully delivering ad hoc workplace training courses for over two decades to companies in London. In recent years we have also been offering staff skills training courses online or in hybrid format to provide more flexibility to employees looking to develop their skills. For more information on employee development courses please contact our department email@example.com
Browse technology, business and science courses below and enrol today!
- HTML5 & CSS: introduction (stage 1)Course start date: Sat 20 Jan 2024 (and 4 other dates)
Location on this date: Keeley StreetTutors: George StickneyHTML is the foundation language of web sites and web based apps. It's easy to learn and can help you to begin a career in tech, update web sites and content management systems, have a better understanding of UX/UI, gain skills for SEO and digital marketing, collaborate more effectively with developers and much more!
- Introduction to PythonCourse start date: Sat 2 Dec 2023 (and 7 other dates)
Location on this date: Keeley StreetTutors: Timothy MarleyWant to learn more about how computers work or what computer programmers do? Get started in computer programming using the popular and easy-to-use computer programming language Python.
- Advanced PythonCourse start date: Sun 17 Mar 2024 (and 2 other dates)
Location on this date: Keeley StreetTutors: Timothy MarleyObject Oriented programming underpins modern software development. On this course, you will learn both the theory of OO programming and its implementation in Python. We will also explore the functional programming components of this language.
- Customising a WordPress websiteCourse start date: Sun 28 Jan 2024
Location on this date: Keeley StreetTutors: Gal SapirThe course will teach you the necessary CSS skills to further customise a WordPress website. You will use this knowledge together with the WordPress post types to further improve and create a sleek and modern website.
- Data Analytics with Python: introductionCourse start date: Sat 8 Jun 2024 (and 1 other date)
Location on this date: Keeley StreetTutors: Arda BalkirPython is the most popular programming language in the field of data analytics. Building on the skills you have learnt on one of our Introduction to Python courses (or equivalent) you will learn the basics of importing data into Python, analysing it and presenting your findings in a graphical format.
Location on this date: Keeley StreetTutors: Alexander Adu-SarkodieAdd interactivity and animation to your website. Start with simple scripts and proceed to challenging applications: Computation and String operations, DOM manipulations, AJAX, Form validation, Content Panels and Carousels.
- Intermediate PythonCourse start date: Sun 25 Feb 2024 (and 2 other dates)
Location on this date: Keeley StreetTutors: Timothy MarleyTake your Python coding skills to the next level. Extend your programming skills by learning how to create secure and reusable code using sub-routines and modules, use advanced lists and dictionaries to create more complex programs that solve real world problems, use inbuilt libraries to boost the functionality of your programs and learn how to build graphical interfaces to your code that work on Windows, Mac and Linux systems.
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