Futuristic coders at Solihull College & University Centre
Monday, 5 October, 2015

Students from Solihull College & University Centre’s level 3 computing course have spoken of their successful journey in coding and now recommend the course to aspiring coders.

Students Jack Gould and Aisha Parvez had both never used any coding software previous to starting their course at Solihull College & University Centre and are now well on their way to becoming experts with their new found skills in coding. Both Aisha and Jack explained they are fully enjoying their course and learning more each day.

Jack commented: “Being able to learn the fundamentals of web development in a fun and engaging way has allowed me to appreciate the work that is put into creating websites that I personally use on a daily basis.”

Aisha, who believes that careers in computing are open to both men and women, added “there is just something about Code Academy at Solihull College & University Centre that I just really love and it makes me want to learn more and carry on. I feel proud of myself and I am learning new things and codes in just a click of a button.”

With the digital world ever evolving courses such as computing at Solihull College & University Centre are proving vital and are growing in popularity. Students can learn the basics before progressing through the levels and becoming specialists in different areas of computing.

Both Jack and Aisha wish to progress to become software developers when they gain their qualifications which will allow them to develop the future of software’s and applications.

For more information on the courses available at Solihull College & University Centre visit the next open day on Saturday 28th November 2015 or call 0121 678 7000.