Software Engineering Bootcamp

Our Software Engineering bootcamp is taught live and online by senior instructors, full or part-time. Learn in-depth and become a professional Software Engineer over 12 or 30 weeks.

Software Engineer Bootcamp

— Learn in-demand tech
— Build complex applications
— Career-change support
Full-Time: Mon 13th May 2024
Part-Time: Tue 28th May 2024 / Mon 9th Sept 2024

Our Software Engineering Bootcamp is suitable for everyone

Whether you're a beginner or you have some experience, we've designed it to take you from where you are, to being able to develop and deploy full-stack applications to a professional standard, so you can start a new career as a Software Engineer, upskill, or bring your ideas to life

Learning Part-Time vs Full-Time

The syllabus is exactly the same for part time and full time

Part-time allows you to train without quitting your job, and gives you more time to absorb the material

Full-time immerses you in the content but puts you under more pressure to learn at the speed the cohort progresses

Part Time

  • Time: 18:30 - 21:30 UK time

  • Days: 2 per week (Mon & Wed or Tue & Thur)

  • Homework and projects: approx 9 hours per week with feedback provided

  • 1-2-1 support: Available throughout

  • Duration: 30 weeks

Full Time

  • Time: 09:00 - 17:30 UK time

  • Days: Monday to Friday

  • Tasks and Challenges: Set at 14:00 after context setting and instruction

  • 1-2-1 support: Available throughout

  • Duration: 12 weeks (Plus pre-work)

What we provide you with

Software Engineering Bootcamp Hackathon

To equip you with the in-depth knowledge, practical experience and confidence to become a software engineer, we provide:

Live, interactive, instructor-led training

— A well structured curriculum

— A focus on the most in-demand tech

Expert instructors (15+ years of experience)

1-2-1 support throughout

— Comprehensive learning materials

Recordings of every training session

Homework, projects and feedback

Hackathons to practise as part of a team

— Optional career-change support

What you'll cover

client server model in software engineering

The constituent parts of the internet and websites / web applications: The client-server model (inc. APIs)

Programming languages for software engineering

The programming languages and libraries to control those constituent parts e.g. HTML, CSS, JavaScript (inc. NodeJS & React), SQL/NoSQL, Shell, GraphQL, JSON and YAML

Software engineering tools and systems

The tools & systems to create, edit, debug, test, deploy & host your code

Industry standards and best practice

Industry standards and best practice for writing software

Your learning journey to become a Software Engineer


Build user interfaces that accurately match designs, are optimised for search engines, are accessible to screen readers, and are responsive to device screen size and orientation

VS Code


Learn the fundamentals of programming with JavaScript, and industry standards for writing software

Learn to create the internal logic of an application which determines its functionality

Build interactive user interfaces that respond dynamically to user inputs and programmatic events

Consume services by connecting to data sources outside of your machine by using transport layers and asynchronous programming with AJAX and API’s


Command line, git and JS libraries

Master the Command Line Interface to carry out tasks more efficiently

Push and pull code to and from remote repositories to enable developers to collaborate

Use React (the most in-demand front-end JavaScript library) to create highly performant Single Page Applications

Use external libraries for 2D and 3D animation, real-time and graphing

Learn the principles of test driven development using TypeScript, ESlint, Cypress and Vitest

material ui

The back end

Create servers to perform processes, query databases, and serve files to the client

Administer databases to persist data

Enable your application to use 3rd party services e.g. for sending emails or text messages

Allow users to sign into applications and use authentication and authorisation to control access rights and service provision

Understand DevOps and practise deploying your software using common DevOps toolchains