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Rapid Skilling

The Digital Lift Rapid Skilling program is designed to help individuals to break into the tech sector by learning in-demand tech skills. Each course will be 6-12 weeks long.

Web Development Bootcamp for Rural Youth

The Web Development Bootcamp is an intensive, project-based learning experience, designed to help rural youth pursue career opportunities in web development.

The bootcamp is a virtual, full time and intensive 12 week course designed to provide students the skills needed to be a professional web developer. During the course, attendees will gain hands-on experience in full-stack development, including building and deploying multi-page web applications, collaborating with other developers, and working with databases. This knowledge is then applied to complete a range of real-world client projects, in multiple sprints, as well as a final portfolio piece that puts those new skills to the test.

By the end of the online program, graduates will have the skills, experience, and portfolio needed to dive into a career in web development.

This program is a subsidized by 60% so that the student pays a cost of $6,000 (regular price is $15,000) for the course, as long as you meet the eligibility requirements below.

To learn more about the program and to apply, you can provide your contact information through the Web Development Bootcamp weblink and someone will be in contact with you.

Cohort Dates

  • June 7 – August 27, 2021
  • July 12 – October 1, 2021

Eligibility

  • You must be between the ages of 18-30.
  • You must be a Resident of British Columbia.
  • You must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or a protected person entitled to work in Canada.
    • Please note: Temporary foreign workers, international students, working holiday visas, or other temporary residents are unfortunately NOT eligible to participate
  • You must live in a rural area, which has a population less than 100,000.
  • You must be unemployed or underemployed.
    • Underemployed is categorized as working less than 20 hours a week. This can be at a casual, seasonal, or part-time job.
    • If you are self-employed, you must be working part-time or casual hours (less than 20 hours a week)

This course is presented in partnership with

Digital Lift Partners:

For more information about the Digital Lift program, please contact hello@wearebctech.com