Computational Thinking & Programming Techniques

Learn Computational Thinking & Programming Techniques from basics and be ready for any IT Bootcamps or IT certification courses at VCA.

No college degree / IT background is needed.
This certificate course is open to all with working knowledge of English language.

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Why to enroll?

Our program focuses on teaching candidates the practical and technical skills needed to design and deployment of software.

In addition, developing systematic approach for problem solution by decomposing problem. Above all, searching patterns in it using programming techniques independent of hardware and software.

We build strong programming foundation in entry level candidates thereby making them job ready as per current requirements of industry. This program is open to everyone.

Thinking computationally

Thinking computationally is not programming. It is not even thinking like a computer, as computers do not, and cannot, think.

Simply put, programming tells a computer what to do and how to do it. Computational thinking enables you to work out exactly what to tell the computer to do.

Computational Thinking Will Be Vital For The Future Job Market!

This course is for:

  • Someone who wants to improve their attention to detail as they solve problems
  • Curious people about how computation affects problem solutions in society
  • IT enthusiastics ready to pursue any IT bootcamps or IT certification courses

Examples of computational thinking:

We use computational thinking every day!

  • Using an algorithm to find the best route between two places based on traffic and other factors like construction or road blocks
  • Students use computational thinking skills when deciding whether to plan an activity based on weather predictions on an app
  • Following a recipe to bake a cake an an example of an algorithm.
  • Planning a budget involves pattern recognition and decomposition when you determine your spending habits in each category

What types of jobs require digital skills?

Any IT industry, not only limited to the following, requires
computational thinking as the key skill for their workforce:

1. Healthcare
2. Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Big Data Analytics
3. Graphics and Gaming
4. Business Analytics and Optimization
5. Banking Financial Services and Insurance

6. Oil & Gas Informatics
7. Real Estate
8. Telecom Informatics
9. Robotic Process Automation
10. Education
11. Social Sciences
12. Marketing

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Course Outline

 Module   Module Name  Hours
  1  Computational Thinking  05
  2  Fundamentals of Computers  05
  3  Programming Techniques  20
 Total Hours  30

The approximate time required to complete the program is as follows:

  • Full Time mode2 weeks
  • Part Time mode 3 weeks

Course Fees

$ 1,000

$ 750 USD

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