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Java Coder

Ages 11 to 16

2 Week Virtual Course (10 days, Mon - Fri)

Option 1: Morning Session 09:00 – 12:15
Option 2: Afternoon Session 13:15 – 16:30

£375.00

Java – learn, talk, think code. 

Give your child an advantage that will last for years.

To be literate in the digital age, your child must be able to code.  In our quick-paced online Java course, kids will be prepared for the future, giving them an advantage in the years to come. In these virtual Java coding lessons, kids learn to code, edit and problem-solve in a structured and methodical manner. 

Once your child has mastered the core coding constructs, they'll get oodles of fun exercises and projects to test them in variety of different scenarios. So, by the time the week is up, they'll know that the secret to becoming a good coder isn't merely knowing coding constructs, it is how to use them to innovate with the technology that surrounds them and deliver elegant solutions to any problems they may encounter.

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About this course

Our kids’ online Java classes begin with a theoretical examination of coding logic.  Using flowcharts and pseudo code, you child will learn the best practise of being a good coder: understand the problem, create a solution, then write programming code. This is followed by an orientation to Eclipse (a Java Independent Development Environment).

In the process, our online Java tutors will teach them to master the syntax of the core coding constructs such as conditional statements and loops, plus how these are used to achieve techniques like sequencing, selection, branching and iteration.

Next, they'll look at how to make their code more efficient, firstly, by minimising the number of lines of code and then by using functions – an independent segmentation of code that, once written, can be used as many times as needed.

Finally, your child will implement all they've learned by creating fascinating, game-based projects which they enjoy long after finishing our online Java course.

Indeed, they'll be free to download Java, which is consistently in the top three of the world-wide rankings for programming language usage, so they can continue their progress after the Java Virtual Course.

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  • Course Duration
    2 weeks (Monday - Friday)
  • Hours per Day
    3 hours (morning or afternoon)
  • Screen Breaks
    1 x 15 minutes
  • Lesson Time
    30 Hours

What your child will learn

  • Data-Types (Integers, Doubles, Characters, Strings, Booleans) 
  • Data-Structures (Variables, 1D Arrays) 
  • Selection Techniques (If-statements, Else-statements, If-else-statements, Switch-statements) 
  • Iterative Techniques (For-loops, While-loops) 
  • Random Number Generation 
  • Sub-programs (Static functions)

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Required Specifications

Internet speed requirements

  • 5Mbps download speed and 3Mbps upload speed (per user)
  • If using FunTech Virtual Machine at least 6Mbps download speed and 6Mbps upload speed; lower speeds will work, but the quality of the remote computer experience will deteriorate (per user)
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Minimum system requirements

  • OS: 64-bit Windows 7 or later or OS X 10.11 or later
  • Processor: 1.5GHz or faster 
  • Memory: 4GB (4,096MB) RAM
  • Free HDD space: 2GB 
  • Hardware: keyboard, mouse, and headset with microphone

 

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Would you like FunTech to check your system?

FunTech can check your system meets the minimum requirements prior to the start of the course for £5.00 a full system check. If your machine does not meet the minimum requirements for the course a virtual machine will be required.

Please note: before booking you must ensure your internet speed is capable of operating the virtual machine (see below)

 

Your computer does not meet minimum system requirements?

Rent a Virtual Machine from FunTech for £35.00 for the duration of the course

Minimum specification for virtual machine

  • OS: Windows 10 or macOS 10.9 or later
  • Processor: Core 2 Duo or better
  • Memory: 4GB DDR3
  • Graphics requirements known as GPU (Graphics Processing Unit): Intel GMA 950 or any dedicated GPU (with the latest drivers)

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