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Learn More About Computer Coding School on Nov. 13

Post Date:11/07/2018 9:57 AM

Are you interested in learning more about the Georgia Tech 24-week coding boot camp that begins in January 2019 and will be held here in Peachtree Corners?

There will be an information session held on Tuesday, Nov. 13 from 12 - 1:30 p.m. at Prototype Prime, the city's startup incubator. Prototype Prime is located at 147 Technology Parkway. The classes will also be held at Prototype Prime.

Both business owners and individuals interested in the boot camp are welcome.

Those attending will be able to meet representatives from Georgia Tech to learn about the coding boot camp. Business owners will also learn about grants offered through an Atlanta Regional Commission program that provides businesses up to 90 percent of the cost of the coding school.

The classes are offered through Georgia Tech Professional Education (GTPE), an academic division of Georgia Tech. Students will learn specialized skills through a fast-paced, immersive curriculum and acquire skills to become proficient in front-end and back-end technologies. Students will receive hands-on training to master the hard and soft skills needed for web development, data science and analytics, and will finish the course with a wide set of technical skills and a portfolio of projects. Classes begin Jan. 28, 2019.

The Atlanta Regional Commission program provides businesses with financial assistance for on-the-job training, and incumbent worker training to assist in training workers in the Atlanta area. The ARC provides reimbursements to employers to help compensate for the costs associated with skills upgrade training and loss of production for new hires.

Attendees are requested to RSVP to ensure a seat for this information session.  Please feel free to bring your lunch to this mid-day event. For more information visit Georgia Tech’s coding boot camp web page or call 404-328-7187.

Photo of computer screen showing computer codes.