Frequently asked questions
WHAT IS THE DAILY STRUCTURE OF THIS 18 WEEK BOOTCAMP?
Students meet for class once a week on a weekday evening for an hour and a half. In addition to the weekly class meeting, students meet once a week for a remote, 30-minute one-on-one with a mentor and have the option to attend scheduled office hours. Students need to dedicate 20 additional hours a week to the course content.
Students start each academic week on Sunday and are required to watch all videos and start working on assignments/projects before coming to class on Wednesday to be prepared.
WHY DO STUDENTS START ASSIGNMENTS BEFORE THEY MEET FOR CLASS?
We have students start reviewing curriculum and working on weekly assignments three days before class as part of our two-point learning process.
The two sections of our learning process are "learn" and "solidify". We have students start the learning process by reviewing the curriculum and starting assignments before class. That way, when they come to class they are already familiar with the concepts and the instructor can start the second phase by ensuring they practice and understand what they are learning, or have already learned.
Studies show that a flipped educational model, such as this, help students learn quicker and retain more information.
IS THE COURSE INSTRUCTOR-LED? WHAT IS THE BACKGROUND AND EXPERIENCE OF YOUR INSTRUCTORS?
Yes, the course is instructor led by experienced software engineers who have teaching and training experience.
WHAT TYPES OF JOBS WILL GRAD BE PREPARED FOR?
Graduates of our 18 week program will be prepared for entry level roles as a Software Developer, Software Engineer, Java Developer, Java Engineer, Engineer in Test, or comparable title.
At the end of the 26 Week Data Engineering bootcamp, the successful student will be prepared for an entry-level position as a data engineer, Python programmer or business intelligence developer.
Jobs for software developers are expected to grow 22% from 2019 to 2029.
Data provided by Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Software Developers (visited December 4, 2020).
WHAT TECHNOLOGIES ARE COVERED IN THE BACK END AND FRONT END DEVELOPER PROGRAM? WHAT TYPES OF PROJECTS WILL STUDENTS WORK ON?
In the Back End Developer program, we cover technologies including, but not limited to: Java, MySQL, Git, CLI navigation, JUnit, JDBC, REST concepts, SpringBoot, Maven, JPA, JWT, log4j, debugging, AWS, and more.
Students will build multiple projects ranging from console applications to full blown Web APIs.
This involves creating components that look good and provide functionality when a user interacts with them. It also involves interacting with Back End applications and displaying data in an aesthetically pleasing manner.
CAN SOMEONE WITH A FULL-TIME JOB ATTEND THIS BOOTCAMP?
Yes. This program is designed to be accessible, flexible, and allow working professionals who are actively seeking a career change to do so.
WHAT IS THE TIME COMMITMENT FOR THIS PROGRAM?
1.5 hours of weekly instructor led meetings, and an additonal 13-18 hours of self paced work, mentor meetings and office hours.
HOW CAN I ENROLL?
To begin enrollment take the Assement on this page.
For More Information: Call or text (480) 744-7842 or email email@example.com to schedule an individualized information session call with our coding program counselor, Jennifer.
WHAT IS THE COST OF TUITION?
$3,999 is the cost of the 18-week programs, and $5,400 for the 26-Week Data Engineering program.
Speak to a Promineo Tech Enrollment Specialist to discuss financing options. Call or text 218.280.2891 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
WHAT ARE THE SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS?
A laptop with a minimum of an i5 processor and at least 8GB of RAM is required for this program. Windows, MacOS, or Linux are acceptable operating systems. Chromebooks will not work for this program.
Class utilizes both Zoom and Slack for meetings and communication. Although not required, students may find a second monitor extremely helpful
WHO ARE THESE PROGRAMS GEARED TOWARDS?
These programs are geared towards anyone looking to start a career in software or switch careers within the technology industry.
You do not need any prior coding experience to enroll in a cohort, we will provide you with all of the tools you need to become employable within the market. If you do have coding experience, you can perfect your skills with these bootcamps or focus on specific skills and technologies by enrolling in either the Front End or Back End programs.
ARE THERE ANY PREREQUISITES?
Students must be 18 or over and have a high school diploma or equivalent. Basic computer literacy and the ability to navigate one's own computer is strongly preferred. Students will complete an aptitude test prior to the first class session.