If you’re looking to change careers to a technology focus, or you want to improve your skills in the existing path you’ve chosen, learning programming skills at can be one of the surest ways forward.
According to recent research, most of the top ten most in-demand tech jobs predicted for this year are all some variation of engineers or developers, with cybersecurity engineers leading the way. (With billions of people affected by data breaches each year, it’s easy to see why cybersecurity is at the top of the list.)
Various developer roles are also listed among the most in-demand tech jobs in the IT market according to Robert Half Technology’s recent IT salary report.
With all the attention being paid towards the role of IT, and amidst an increasing focus on it given the constant focus on cybersecurity, how can you position yourself best for these important jobs?
The AIM Institute’s Interface Web School is helping to train more tech talent in the Midwest. Today’s post will explain what you can learn at Interface, and who should consider attending.
An Explanation of Interface Web School
First, a quick primer on what to expect out of Interface Web School and why it was created.
Interface is an Omaha-based web developer training school. Located at 19th and Howard, Interface offers classes that can fit anyone’s schedule, from 1-day workshops to in-depth, multi-week courses on web development held in the evening so anyone can attend.
There are many individuals who have already begun a career, but who want to expand their skills and branch out into more skilled professions like programming. Interface was built to empower those individuals who want to enter a career in web services.
What You Can Learn at Interface Web School
Whether your only knowledge of coding is what you’ve seen in the movies, or you’ve built a few websites already, Interface Web School can help you improve your skills.
Courses vary depending on demand, but our training opportunities range from introductory classes to specializations for more advanced learners.
More advanced learners can specialize in courses covering Java, .NET, and Cobol programming languages.
Interface has also partnered with Omaha Data Science Academy to create a certificate designed to teach you how about data discovery and data-driven decision making, so you can get the skills necessary to enhance your existing career and pivot toward being a data scientist (one of the 13 most in-demand tech jobs from our earlier list!)
Who Should Attend Interface
So, now that you know what Interface Web School can offer, how do you know if you’re the right type of fit for classes there?
The answer is pretty simple. Anyone who wants to improve their web skills to maintain a competitive edge in today’s job market should consider attending.
Above all, Interface is accessible for learners of multiple skills levels; the school wants everyone to feel welcome. Interface provides practical training and immersive learning to help people get real results and advance their careers in ways they wouldn’t be able to otherwise.