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We’ve been training developers to use React since early 2016, and in that time we’ve become huge champions of in-person and remote code training. We provide a great range of React training combinations.
Read more about our dev training sessions and how you can combine them based on your needs and experience.
Identify yourself with one or more of these profiles, and look for your names in every training listed below.
Anna: 2 weeks of React experience, and just graduated from a 3-month learn-to-code bootcamp, but has no professional programming experience yet.
Julian: 3 months with React and 3 years of total professional experience (using JS as primary language).
Which one are you? Now you can read the details of each training below, and find your name under the training you can attend.
The first category of training we’ll be talking about is the immersive, full-day training. It consists of two types of curriculum, Fundamentals and Advanced, that combined will result in the Bootcamp, which is a complete React Redux training. But let’s see more specifically the differences and the schedule of these training offerings.
Who can attend? Peter (can do but it won’t be easy), Olivia (can do but it won’t be easy), Daniela (can do but it won’t be easy), Julian, Richard.
It’s a complete React JS Redux training and consists of the combination of the Fundamentals React JS training and the Advanced React JS training.
It’s a fast-paced learning program that allows you to learn React JS fast, in only one week of full-time training.
The whole curriculum is divided into 6 full-time days in which you’ll learn:
In order to help you understand if this is the best React Js course for you, we’ve set a Remote Training Trial session that takes place on Zoom once a month. After trying, you have all the time you need to purchase the complete React Redux training.
Who can attend? John (can do but it won’t be easy), Peter, Olivia, Daniela.
If you don’t want to attend the full React training bootcamp at once, you can attend only the React Fundamentals training, and decide to attend the Advanced React training later on.
This training is part of the Bootcamp and will take place exactly in the same dates - last three days - and locations of the Bootcamp, together with the developers that decided to purchase the complete React training.
The training consists of 3 full-time days, from 9 am to 6 pm local time - see locations available on the training page - where you’ll learn:
Who can attend? Laura
If you already have more experience with React JS, you can attend the Advanced React training and learn the advanced React concepts.
Like the Fundamentals, this training is also part of the Bootcamp and will take place exactly in the same dates - last 3 days - and locations of the Bootcamp, together with the developers that decided to purchase the complete React training.
The training consists of 3 full-time days, from 9 am to 6 pm local time, where you’ll learn:
First of all, it’s important to mention that there is no difference between the curriculum of the Part-time training and the Bootcamp. What changes is the intensity and pace of learning.
The React part-time training was designed to help you upskill while keeping working on your projects. They generally consist in evening sessions, although there might be some variations now and then. This means you’d have time to review the material in-between sessions and also keep up with work and projects.
Let’s have a look at the program in detail.
Who can attend? Peter, Olivia, Daniela, Julian, Richard.
As for the bootcamp, also this training is formed by the Fundamentals and the Advanced curriculum, that can also be purchased separately.
The complete training is generally structured as follows:
Who can attend? Anna (can do but it won’t be easy), John, Peter, Olivia, Daniela.
As part of the Part-time Bundle described above, this training consists typically of 2 or 3 sessions per week of 3 hours per session for a total of 8 days over a few weeks.
If it’s in-person, it takes place in the evenings from 6 pm to 9 pm local time, or on Saturdays, to allow developers to finish the workday.
Remotely, the schedule will have some variations from training to training, but you’ll find all the details on the dedicated training page.
Who can attend? Richard (can do but it won’t be easy), Laura.
This is the second part of the Part-time Bundle. As for the immersive Advanced training, you’ll be learning the same React advanced concepts, only with a different schedule:
All the above-mentioned training combinations are also available in a remote solution: the sessions and curriculum won’t change, but the modality will be a live training on Zoom. This tool will allow you to interact with the coach during the live sessions and work on pair programming with other developers.
Just head on the training page you’re interested in and find the upcoming sessions labelled with Remote.
You can read more about the difference between our remote training and other online courses here.
Besides helping you understand which level of training might be best for you to start with, we believe it’s also important to try the training experience directly.
This is why we decided to set a Remote React Training Trial every month, to allow you to try and see if you’re in the right place.
The remote trial consists in the first session of any Part-time or Bootcamp React training, which is also the first session of the Fundamentals curriculum.
We offer tailored React private training for teams. If you and your colleagues need to learn React, just ask your manager to get in touch and find out all the possibilities we can offer for in-person or remote corporate training.
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