Programming with C#

Short Course Computing & Digital

Course Details


Qualification
Short Course
Subject Area
Computing & Digital
Level
Not Applicable
Age Group
19+
Locations

City Campus Manchester
(Evening Only - 10 weeks)

Leaflet Code
L6219

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Start your journey to amazing on this course and develop your knowledge of programming and systems development using C# and .NET.

Over ten weeks, you'll develop the skills to write basic programmes that can communicate with operating systems and understand programming language. You'll design, implement, test and document .NET solutions. Once you've learnt the basics of C# you'll be able to apply your knowledge to write applications to manage your company's inventory, analyse documents and games using windows software.

You should have a Level 2 qualification in English and Maths and have a keen interest in learning the basics of C# with .NET to study on this course.

You will be assessed in class through a variety of tests and practical activities.

You'll have a range of options available to you after completing this short course. You could progress onto further training on the C++ Intermediate programme offered by The Manchester College.

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The cost of this course is £280.00.
Please note that this is a short evening course which is self-funded and needs to be paid in full on the enrolment date after you have applied for the course.
Unfortunately there are no exceptions for applicants who are Asylum Seekers or those on benefits although we do except sponsorship from employers.
If you have any further queries, please contact us on 03333 222 444 or enquiries@tmc.ac.uk.

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