Preparing to enter a full-immersion training program is an important decision. Several factors need to be considered in order to get the most out of your instruction and experience.
Investing in the necessary preparation will help to ensure you are ready for the entire journey. Muscle memory comes from repeatedly utilizing skills and concepts. By practicing repetition, it becomes easier to understand how to pull resources and pieces together to build cool stuff.
Preparation courses offered by schools like LearningFuze work to ensure students are absolutely ready for their future programs. They provide the opportunity to solidify the fundamentals as the foundation for launching into a career in development.
The two preparation courses offered at LearningFuze are called Root Level 1 and Root JS. Root Level 1 is in place to review the fundamentals around HTML and CSS. Both languages are crucial for developers. Although some students come to the course with a solid understanding of both languages, some need to hit the refresh button. This preparation class works to ensure basic skills are in place while simultaneously diving deep to support students when actual project building begins. Many students have even found holes in their knowledge during this prep course, despite having worked through other free courses in the past.
Free preparation programs like these benefit students for a number of reasons. Key takeaways from these programs should include:
A core foundation for the skills required in a fully-immersive program.
A deep understanding of what their program of choice will cover.
An ability to practice study skills and other tools that will help them moving forward.
The confidence needed to truly succeed in any program.
At LearningFuze, the intro courses are taught by the same teachers that lead the full-scale programs, so students are learning best practices from the onset. Plus, it gives them a chance to get to know their future instructors and establish a deep relationship prior to their official first day.
What you get out of your educational experience is directly related to what you put into it. More “focused” hours of learning and more preparation mean more knowledge and skill. Students that have worked through both of these courses or similar courses have found they are better prepared, more at ease and ready to learn at a greater pace once enrolled in a full-time program.
This post was sponsored by LearningFuze.