We’ve noticed that a lot of our prospective students have something in common – an anxiety about a switch to a full-time class for twelve weeks.
Some of the 20-30-somethings we talk to already have a part- or full-time job. Some can leave them to prepare to start new careers in web development, yet some have mandatory obligations and simply cannot.
Some are already in school, some live far from Irvine and don’t want to add a daily commute, and some want to get their feet wet before they dive head-first into a full-immersion bootcamp.
The Good News
- It allows those that have work/school obligations to begin learning web development after hours – from 7:00 – 9:00pm. They don’t have to quit anything they’re already involved in.
- It allows those that are apprehensive about forking out $10,000+ for our full-immersion program an affordable option (it costs just $2,500) to still get quality training they’ll need to develop their web programming career.
- It allows those that live far to not have to kill themselves in traffic five days a week. Instead, they only have to kill themselves twice per week (but hey, there’s no traffic at 7:00pm, so you’ve got that going for you!).