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Part Time Data Analysis bootcamp

The need for data analysts is growing in. We train our students to be data literate – to clean, analyse, and communicate data.

Next Start Date

19th January 2021

Price

£5,500

Where

Online

Length

24 Weeks Part-Time

When

Tuesdays & Wednesdays 6pm-9pm

Finance

From as little as £116.59 per month

Click above to see our finance options.

Community

Access to our Slack channel

Get Hired

CV reviews, informal and formal interviews

RETRAIN AROUND YOUR JOB​

Transition from a beginner – with no prior coding experience – to a job-ready Data Analyst in 24 weeks on our part-time, online data analysis. 

You will learn through 24 weeks of labs, real life exercises and projects. You will also get access to a range of career support services and networking opportunities.

Our aim is to prepare you for the real world – what industry needs now and spend a lot of time asking companies what specific skills they look for and then design our curriculum to include learning activities that help you master each key skill.

In this course, we will cover:

To make sure they can dedicate the required 20 hours a week to complete the course, we ask potential students to complete some prework on our platform before starting the bootcamp. 

Phase 2 focussing on Python, the coding language used throughout our course.

Students learn Strings, Loops, Functions, Numeric data Lists, Tuples, Sets and Dictionaries and much more. 

The advanced phase covers Machine Learning, Working with Big Data, Cloud Technologies, Neural Networks, and Natural Language Processing. 

Students build projects throughout the courses, some for their portfolio and others are to cement their knowledge of particular subjects or frameworks.

The final phase is dedicated to a Final Project where students work in teams using Agile principles to get hands on with a real, green-field team project. There’s no better way to consolidate and extend your knowledge and prove what you can do.

Online learning done right

Our live, instructor led online course has been designed with students in mind.  Course instructors and your peers are just a Slack message away whenever you need extra help, so your learning doesn’t stop.

You will have lifetime access to our Learning Management System, recordings of all live lessons,
course materials, resources and be able to collaborate with one another.

Instructors

An experienced industry expert will lead the curriculum and live online lessons via our learning environment.

Coordinators

Our Coordinators ensure your experience is a positive one. Got questions? Need finance advice? They’ll guide you.

Career Coaches

You’ll have access to expert career coaches, whom you’ll work with until you start your first job.

Weekly learning schedule

Tuesday
Virtual Standup

We start each session with a virtual stand up to talk through last weeks projects. This is a great time to get to know your fellow students and helps you gain confidence in talking about your code in a similar way to that of a real working environment.

Code along and Lecture

The course instructor will talk you through a particular concept, framework or process with slides and visual aids. 

Then it's over to you to code along with the instructor, ask questions and work through the problem.

Project & Mini Lecture

The last part of this session usually includes more code alongs and a mini lecture to make sure you understand what's been covered and have some projects to help you cement the knowledge. 

Wednesday
Virtual Standup

We start each session with a virtual stand up to talk through last weeks projects. This is a great time to get to know your fellow students and helps you gain confidence in talking about your code in a similar way to that of a real working environment.

Code along and Lecture

The course instructor will talk you through a particular concept, framework or process with slides and visual aids. 

Then it's over to you to code along with the instructor, ask questions and work through the problem.

Project & Mini Lecture

The last part of this session usually includes more code alongs and a mini lecture to make sure you understand what's been covered and have some projects to help you cement the knowledge. 

Project & Task

During the final part of this session, the instructor will provide you with a project or task to complete before next weeks session, this usually takes about 14 hours to complete.

entry requirements

This course is intended for complete beginners, however, an understanding of mathematics at GCSE level is required.  

We therefore provide some pre-work projects be completed as part of your application.

meet our instructors

Hannah Sewell

Hannah Sewell

Hannah has a PhD in plant genetics where she learned to code, before moving into software engineering at Sky Betting Gaming and now In-Part.

Sokratis

Sokratis Kariotis

Sokratis has a BSc and Masters and in Medical Data and Computer Science. He's now doing a PhD.

Vincent

Vincent studied at The Developer Academy and now works as a software developer whilst teaching part time.

meet our graduates

Tom Teece

Software Developer at Deeper Than Blue

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Emily

Teacher to Software Developer

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Luke

Engineer to Games Designer

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Michael

Mechanical Engineer to software developer

Get help covering your tuition fees

You can spread the cost of our courses with Coursebud or Knoma.  We require a deposit of £500 to secure your place and the tuition fee is due in full 14 days before the course start date.   Please apply before making an application for finance for any of our courses. 

Coursebud can help you find a suitable loan to spread the cost of our coding bootcamps.

Pre-approval – You can get a quote at any time, whether you have applied for a course or not.

When to apply – Only apply after you have been offered a place on a course.

Process – After applying, it usually takes between 45 minutes and 48 hours to release funds if your application is accepted.

Pay your course fees with an interest-free loan, repaid over 12 months.

When to apply – Only apply after you have been offered a place on a course.

Process – After applying, it usually takes a few minutes to get a decision.

where our graduates work

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FAQs

We believe that with the right motivation and determination, almost anyone can learn.  However, having an understanding of mathematics, a passion for data and visualising information will be really helpful. 

With a starting salary of £20,000 – £25,000 as a Junior Analyst and earning potential in excess of £72,500 after 4 years, there’s never been a better time to start a new career.

Having an understanding of GCSE maths and some of the concepts will be helpful, we will be able to discuss this more with you during the application process or you can email us at info@thedeveloperacademy.com

No! We help you get started, so you can make sure coding is for you. The main thing we’re looking for is passion, not pre-existing coding skills. If you feel you have that, you’re ready.

Generally speaking, a data analyst will retrieve and gather data, organize it and use it to reach meaningful conclusions. Data analysts’ work varies depending on the type of data that they’re working with (sales, social media, inventory, etc.) as well as the specific client project.

Yes! Companies in nearly every industry can benefit from the work of data analysts, from healthcare providers to retail stores to fast food chains. The insights that data analysts bring to an organization can be valuable to employers who want to know more about the needs of their consumer or end user.

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