The lessons will be delivered in real-time by the live tutor, where participants actively communicate, ask questions and work on their projects. After each lesson enrolled students will have access to video recordings of that particular and all previous lessons.
Yes! You can get 15% off, if you make a yearly payment. Plus you get 100% money back guarantee, if you change your mind during the first month of the program!
Some years ago, we have created now popular course PyGirls with the support of Google, TietoEVRY and other international tech companies. This was done to empower and motivate girls aged 14-19 to get into Tech, which is an exciting and highly demanded field. PyGirls program demonstrated that girls perform significantly better when they work together in an exclusive environment, without unnecessary distraction and more relaxed concentration on the creative process.
Girls track is a complete 2-year program which is based on our extensive PyGirls course experience. It will carefully guide any girl into the web-development and tech fields and will definetly remove the steriotype that tech and coding do not well suite girls.
Datorium community is more than 4000 students predominantly from Europe and aged 14-19. We informally call ourselves Datorians. Every Datorium student becomes part of this growing and strong international community, and gets excellent 24/7 support from its members. You can chat, ask questions, make suggestions, find team members, share your experience, get valuable ideas from other members and simply make new friends in the Discord server of Datorium community.
Every Datorian can earn tokens, called botCoins which accumulate to reputation and can be exchanged to valuable goodies. Accumulated botCoins also give users exclusive access to certain community giveaways and events.
Yes, indeed, if participant completes at least 80% of the curriculum of the program. Certificate will be issued by the “European Coding School” (license number 3351803339) – an official Education Institution licensed by the Ministry of Education and Science of the European Union member country Republic of Latvia.