The in-person boot camp is held at California State University, Fullerton and is 24-weeks of intensive, hands-on project work with an emphasis on WordPress development. The classes are held on two weekend nights and one full day on the weekend, so it fits around the schedule of those with full-time employment or college schedules.
For the in-person boot camp, students have two choices:
- $8,500 if paid in full at least a week before class starts.
- $9,500 in six payments, due once a month with $1,583.33 paid in advance.
The Remote Learning program takes the bootcamp’s curriculum and breaks it up into six modules. Each module can be taken individually, and the timeline is stretched to six weeks per module, so learners can move as quickly or slowly as they’d like. Students get 12 hours of one-on-one time with an instructor per module, and a student success manager checks in with them regularly to keep them on track and motivated.
For the Remote Learning program, students pay per module. It’s $968 each. This includes the recorded lessons, 12 hours of one-on-one time with the instructor via online conferencing, and help from a student success manager.