Gain the skills you need to get your
start in tech.

Learn to code and establish a portfolio of fundamental tech projects

Launch your career in the UK tech industry with expert support

100% of your tuition funded by the Department for Education*

16-Week Online Skills Bootcamps to position you for your first tech role.

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on our 16-week Skills Bootcamps

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You must be over 19 years of age

You have the right to work in the UK

Be available to study from March 2024 through July 2024

Further eligibility criteria is related to your employment status, if you've taken a similar course in the past twelve months, and more.

These eligibility requirements for funding are set by the Department for Education of the UK Government.  

Don't delay. Apply today!

Once registered, applicants will be requested to provide documentation confirming their eligibility. Applicants must also pass an enrolment test to be awarded a successful application and funded scholarship.

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Skills Bootcamp in
Software Engineering

Main focus areas:

▸ Coding in Python (+ libraries),
   Object Oriented Programming 
   and more

Also includes:

▸ Variables & control flow

▸ Data structures & functions

▸ Git / version control and more

Recent graduates were hired as:

▸ Junior Software Developer

▸ Apprentice Software Engineer

Did you know?

Python is currently the world's most popular coding language

Online Skills Bootcamps Bootcamps are provided in Partnership with CoGrammar through an interactive online learning platform designed to provide you with 1-on-1 code review and support throughout. Course contents shown here are subject to change without prior notice and these bootcamps are reduced versions of bootcamps offered by CoGrammar and our university partners which may be advertised elsewhere. 

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CoGrammar's beginner-friendly online Skills Bootcamps are delivered in collaboration with the UK Department for Education.  

Human-led code review and our deep experience in supporting learners towards landing their first job in tech, supporting your ability to code and to work as a programmer. 

We walk the journey with you - helping you build your brand and achieve career-focused skills, getting your foot in the tech door.

*You must be over 19 years of age, have the right to work in the UK,
and be available to study from March 2024 through July 2024.

With hard work and dedication, you'll progress and learn everything you need to know to target an entry-level role or apprenticeship in software engineering, data science, or web development on completion of a Skills Bootcamp. Each bootcamp provides a solid foundation to build upon with numerous career path options in each field.

These 100% funded Skills Bootcamps provide an unparalleled opportunity for focused learning bundled with expert career support. What's more, participants have the chance to be co-certified with prestigious UK Russell Group universities such as The University of Nottingham Online, Imperial College London, and the University of Manchester.

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FAQs

Software Engineering enables you to build dynamic, database-driven applications and sites. Deep-dive into Python: the #1 programming language in the world right now.

Data Science prepares you for the exciting world of algorithms, data analytics and data visualisation. You’ll learn Python and get your start in Machine Learning and AI. Perfect for those seeking analytical roles.

Web Development teaches JavaScript, HTML, CSS, React and more. These skills allow you to create and manage the front-end of any website, as well as manage the back-end and use databases. Creatives often choose Web Development as do aspiring web entrepreneurs.

Sure you can. Many of our students successfully switch careers to programming after taking our courses, even if they were absolutely new to programming when starting out. If your aim is to change careers, bootcamps are designed to help you achieve that from scratch. To enrol with us, you don’t need to have a degree or prior technical background - all you need is discipline, persistence, and a willingness to work hard and learn to code.

Our students don't need access to the Internet everyday. Our course delivery is designed so that you can download the course material and work on your tasks offline. Once you are connected to the internet, all the work in your folder automatically gets synchronised with your mentor. Your mentor will be notified immediately and will provide timely feedback.

To be eligible for a certificate of completion and/or limited university co-certification, students must fulfil 4 specific criteria.

In order to successfully complete the Skills Bootcamp, there are four important Criteria to achieve. These criteria are set to ensure a high standard of achievement and alignment with the requirements of the successful completion of a Skills Bootcamp.

Criterion 1 - Meeting Initial Requirements

Criterion 1 involves specific achievements within the first two weeks of the program. To meet this criterion, students need to:

Attend a minimum of 7 - 8 hours per week of any combination of live lectures, workshops, or 1:1 mentor calls [Called Guided Learning Hours (GLH]) within the initial two-week period ( for a total minimum of 15 GLH) Successfully complete the first four assigned tasks by the end of the first 14 days.

Criterion 2 - Demonstrating Mid-Course Progress

Criterion 2 involves demonstrating that meaningful progress has been made through the successful completion of a set number of tasks within the first half of the bootcamp. To meet this criterion, students should:

If enrolled in the Software Engineering skills bootcamp, successfully complete the first 15 assigned tasks by the end of week 8. If enrolled in the Data Science skills bootcamp, successfully complete the first 14 assigned tasks by the end of week 8.

Criterion 3 - Demonstrating Post-Course Progress

Criterion 3 involves showcasing students’ progress after completing the course. To meet this criterion, students should:

Complete the mandatory tasks of your bootcamp before the end date of the core study period of the bootcamp. This includes completing any resubmissions of tasks and having them graded as complete before the end date of the study period. Within 4 weeks of finishing the course, students are required to record receiving an invitation to an interview. Students are required to document receiving an invitation to an interview. This time frame is estimated within 20 weeks from the course's commencement. Have achieved at least 112 Guided Learning Hours by the end of the support date on the Skills Bootcamp.

Meeting Criterion 3 signifies a commendable progression in the academic journey and positively influences the progress to achieving all four criteria to be eligible for CoGrammar Certificate of Completion.

Should you meet the requirements of Criterion 1, Criterion 2, and Criterion 3 by the deadlines as set, you will receive a CoGrammar Letter of Completion.

Criterion 4 - Demonstrating Employability

Criterion 4 revolves around showcasing the progression to employment shortly after completing the Skills Bootcamp. To meet this criterion, students should:

Record a Final Job Outcome: Within 12 weeks of graduating from the course, students are required to document achieving a final job outcome, such as securing an offer of employment, an internship, or a related opportunity.

Should learners meet the requirements of Criterion 1, Criterion 2, Criterion 3, and Criterion 4 by the deadlines as set, they will receive a CoGrammar Certificate of Completion.

Our Skills Bootcamps consist of:

a) Asynchronous grading and tasks in which you will read, watch and interact with course content to submit tasks that are graded. You can do this at your own pace, subject to submission deadlines.

b) Synchronous lectures which are scheduled every 1-2 days during your bootcamp. It isn't possible for us to find a time that everyone can attend, so you'll also be able to watch recordings of these.

c) Synchronous 1 on 1 mentor calls where you'll be able to book up to 3 weekly 1:1 synchronous mentor calls each week during the 16 weeks of study time. In these, you'll be able to discuss and get unstuck on tricky technical issues in your bootcamp.

d) Synchronous Careers support where you'll be invited to a series of careers webinars to help you find a new job in tech, which may include sessions hosted by our hiring partners, career fairs, and consist of sessions diving into how to build a technical CV and improve your skills at technical interviewing.

e) Asynchronous student success support where our student success team will be available to support you via email on any issues you have during your studies, such as issues setting up software and life issues that we understand can get in the way of completion.

While our bootcamps are designed to be taken asynchronously, we have the following requirements from the DfE for synchronous teaching to ensure you are orientated and on track:

a) In the first two weeks of your bootcamp, you will also be required to attend - live - any combination of 10 hours worth of 1:1 mentor calls, live lectures, and onboarding webinars. If you are admitted, we will give you as much notice as possible of these sessions so you can schedule them accordingly.

b) In further weeks of your bootcamp, you will have more flexibility on the attendance of these sessions but will be required to attend a total of 112 hours of a combination of mentor calls, live lectures, career support sessions, and onboarding webinars in the 16 weeks - 7 hours per week.

Yes, the majority of students studying with CoGrammar on Skills Bootcamps and other bootcamps are working full-time in a non-tech role, with a goal to move into a tech role.

Please however note the time requirements of the Skills Bootcamp and attendance requirements. While we do have 1:1 mentor call slots and lectures scheduled for after UK working hours, some of these fall during working hours UK time and if you are working full-time you may need to plan your attendance. We will share schedules for synchronous sessions as early as possible so you can plan ahead.

We are pleased to have started the first cohort of Skills Bootcamps in 2022. Since then, we have passed a Department for Education audit on all elements of learning and delivery, and as a result of the quality recorded, the DfE made a decision to increase the number of Skills Bootcamp places we are able to award.

We have also compiled hundreds of anonymous feedback forms from Skills Bootcamp students who have studied with us, and as of early 2023 over 80% of these respondents rate their overall experience on our Skills Bootcamps as 'Good' or 'Excellent'.

CoGrammar has partnerships with UK Russell Group universities, The University of Nottingham Online, Imperial College London, and the University of Manchester. This means that if you are admitted and based on the date you record an invite to an interview for a new job in tech (or new work contracts if you are self-employed), you may be awarded a co-certified certificate of completion from one of these prestigious universities.

Please note that while we strive to offer co-certification opportunities to all eligible participants, it is not guaranteed for everyone. Some may receive a CoGrammar certificate of completion instead. Rest assured, as part of the course, you'll receive guidance in job applications and contracts, as well as access to our extensive employer network, ensuring you're well-supported throughout your journey.

As mentioned in the question above, you will receive either a CoGrammar certificate of completion or a co-certified and co-branded CoGrammar + university co-certificate.

To be eligible for a certificate, you will be required to complete all criteria as outlined and may be required to also record other data that we are required to report to the DfE.

Yes, if you do not keep up with progression or breach our Code of Conduct (which relates to plagiarism as well as to adhering to non-abusive behaviour towards our staff or other students, which will be shared with you in full if you receive an offer) you may be disenrolled from the Bootcamp. In cases of disenrollment, we are required to report this to the DfE.

We are required by the DFE to deliver teaching for a maximum of 16 weeks. As such, our Skills Bootcamps cover less content and are shorter in duration than our other bootcamps, which you may find more suitable.

We will not be able to deliver content and teach you under Skills Bootcamp funding that is not within the Skills Bootcamp itself, though there may be opportunities for you to access further bootcamps, teaching, and university co-certification at a discount to our commercial prices. You will not be charged for any element of a Skills Bootcamp.

DISCLAIMER: Course contents shown here are subject to change without prior notice. Career options are further only meant to be indicative and are not guaranteed.

Why work towards
career in code?

16-Week Online Skills Bootcamps to position you for your first tech role.

CoGrammar's beginner-friendly online Skills Bootcamps are delivered in collaboration with the UK Department for Education.  

Human-led code review and our deep experience in supporting learners towards landing their first job in tech, supporting your ability to code and to work as a programmer. 

We walk the journey with you - helping you build your brand and achieve career-focused skills, getting your foot in the tech door.

*You must be over 19 years of age, have the right to work in the UK,
and be available to study from March 2024 through July 2024.

Why work towards
career in code?

Learn core tech fundamentals with a 
coding Skills Bootcamp

Skills Bootcamp in
Software Engineering

Skills Bootcamp in
Data Science

Main focus areas:

▸ Coding in Python (+ libraries),
   Object Oriented Programming 
   and more

Also includes:

▸ Variables & control flow

▸ Data structures & functions

▸ Git / version control and more

Recent graduates were hired as:

▸ Junior Software Developer

▸ Apprentice Software Engineer

Main focus areas:

▸ Coding in Python (+ libraries),
   Machine Learning models 
   and more

Also includes:

▸ Natural Language Processing (NLP)

▸ Data visualization & storytelling

Variables, functions and more

Recent graduates were hired as:

▸ Data Analyst

▸ Junior Data Engineer

Did you know?

Python is currently the world's most popular coding language

With hard work and dedication, you'll progress and learn everything you need to know to target an entry-level role or apprenticeship in software engineering, data science, or web development on completion of a Skills Bootcamp. Each bootcamp provides a solid foundation to build upon with numerous career path options in each field.

These 100% funded Skills Bootcamps provide an unparalleled opportunity for focused learning bundled with expert career support. What's more, participants have the chance to be co-certified with prestigious UK Russell Group universities such as The University of Nottingham Online, Imperial College London, and the University of Manchester.

DISCLAIMER: Course contents shown here are subject to change without prior notice. Career options are further only meant to be indicative and are not guaranteed.

Did you know?

OpenAI's Chat-GPT took 5 days to reach its first 100mn users

Submit your details to receive more detailed course information over e-mail.

Request more information
on our Skills Bootcamps

Are you eligible for a funded Skills Bootcamp?

Further eligibility criteria is related to your employment status, if you've taken a similar course in the past twelve months, and more.

These eligibility requirements for funding are set by the Department for Education of the UK Government.  

Gain the skills you need to get your
start in tech.

Learn to code and establish a portfolio of fundamental tech projects

Launch your career in the UK tech industry with expert support

100% of your tuition funded by the Department for Education*

Enrol NowQuick Apply

Don't delay. Apply today!

Once registered, applicants will be requested to provide documentation confirming their eligibility. Applicants must also pass an enrolment test to be awarded a successful application and funded scholarship.

Spaces are limited and competitive

Enrol Now

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Skills Bootcamp in
Data Science

Main focus areas:

▸ Coding in Python (+ libraries),
   Machine Learning models 
   and more

Also includes:

▸ Natural Language Processing (NLP)

▸ Data visualization & storytelling

Variables, functions and more

Recent graduates were hired as:

▸ Data Analyst

▸ Junior Data Engineer


Did you know?

OpenAI's Chat-GPT took only
5 days to reach 100mn users

Skills Bootcamp in
Web Development

Includes

▸ JavaScript, React, CSS, HTML,   
    MongoDB and more 

Covers

▸ Build dynamic, data-driven
   websites and applications

▸ Front-end design & development

▸ JSON & Web Storage API

Career Options

▸ UX / UI Designer

▸ Full Stack Web Developer

▸ Computer Programmer 

Most popular on LinkedIn

Javascript Developer

Includes

▸ JavaScript, React, CSS, HTML,  
    MongoDB and more 

Covers

▸ Build dynamic, data-driven
   websites and applications

▸ Front-end design & development

▸ JSON & Web Storage API

Career Options

▸ UX / UI Designer

▸ Full Stack Web Developer

▸ Computer Programmer 


Skills Bootcamp in
Web Development

Most popular on LinkedIn

Javascript Developer