This course is ideal for people with little or no prior knowledge of programming who want to learn the fundamentals of programming through the C++ language. On completion you will be able to sit the CPA – C++ Certified Associate Programmer certification exam. This 15-week course is accessed online with no special equipment or system requirements.
You will learn the basics of programming in the C++ language as well as the concepts and techniques used in object-oriented programming. This course is broken down into 9 modules: Module 0: explaining the process of installing and using the programming environment; Module 1: introducing common computer programming concepts, e.g. integers and variables; Module 2: discussing advanced flow control and data aggregates; Module 3: introducing the subject of pointers, functions and memory; Module 4: examining ways to access various kinds of data; Module 5: giving an introduction to the fundamentals of object-oriented programming; Module 6: discussing the subject of inheritance; Module 7: considering the subject of exceptions; Module 8: discussuing the subject of operators and enumerated types. You will have access to hands-on practice materials, quizzes and assessments to learn how to utilize the skills and knowledge gained on the course and interact with some real-life programming tasks and situations.
This course will prepare you for the C++ Certified Associate Programmer Certification (CPA) from the C++ Institute. Gaining this qualification will allow you to stand out above the competition in the workplace by proudly displaying the skills you’ve acquired on your CV. This course opens up a host of career opportunities.
You will need to have GCSEs in Maths and English C/4 or above, or Functional Skills in Maths and English at L2 or equivalent.
This course has been specifically designed for companies training their employees.
Watford, WD17 3EZ
6:00pm - 9:00pm
Part time evening
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