The opportunity for freelancers or full-time employees to learn coding while working.
After having already trained more than 4,800 people in web development with its famous intensive 9-week program, Le Wagon, major coding school in Europe, announces the launch of a part-time program to allow employees and freelancers to learn to code in 24 weeks.
This Brussels launch follows the one made earlier this year in London, which recently welcomed a first promotion of 16 part-time employees.
“Not everybody can devote 9 full weeks to learn web development. We’ve had demand for a flexible bootcamp for freelancers and entrepreneurs who want to become technical and/or improve their skills whilst still retaining their current job or freelance projects. We are excited that this new program is gradually being extended to Wagon campuses in France, Germany, Belgium and around the world,” Said Boris Paillard, CEO of Le Wagon and Ana Seré, general manager of Le Wagon Brussels.
The program is exactly the same as the 9-week and aims to change people’s lives through learning to code. It covers both front-end and back-end web development, giving the students the skills and tools to start a career in web development (as employees or freelancers), product management, or tech entrepreneurship. The course is spread across evenings and some weekend days over 24 weeks.
The first session is starting on September 14th and applicants can apply via this link.
Le Wagon Brussels, 10-12 Cantersteen street, 1000 Brussels
About Le Wagon:
Le Wagon is a coding bootcamp that teaches students to develop web applications from scratch. Their curriculum and teachers give students all the skills and tools needed to kick-start their tech career, land a job as software developers, product managers, or launch their own startup. They’ve been ranked #1 coding bootcamp worldwide for three years in a row. Launched in Paris 5 years ago by ex-Google and ex-HSBC Engineer who wanted to make coding accessible and relevant for everyone, Le Wagon is now running in 38 cities worldwide and has more than 4,200 alumni.
With Le Wagon Executive, the school is also aimed at companies that wish to train their employees in digital professions (Web development, UX / UI Design, Data analysis, Product Management, Growth hacking & Automation). LVMH, L’Oréal, Air Liquide, Renault, Saint Gobain, BNP Paribas and Société Générale are customers of the Wagon Executive.
Key figures – since 2013:
– 4,700+ alumni worldwide, 300+ in Brussels
– Events: ~40 free annually (talks and coding workshops)
– Le Wagon campuses are in 21 countries and 38 cities.
– 300+ trained employees
– Around 30% trained women in web development.
– 1 000+ web applications conceived and built during the bootcamp
– 100+ startups launched by our alumni
– 20+ startups raised between 1M€ and 6M€
– 10+ startups raised between 300K€ and 1M€
– 35K€ : First salaries average after bootcamp
– “Famous tech persons ” passed by Le Wagon: Simon Baldeyrou (ex CEO Deezer France), Nicolas Ferrary (ex CEO Airbnb France), Olivier Reynaud (co-founder de Teads).
In Belgium: Frederic lambrechts (CEO Osimis), Thomas Vanderstraetan (CTO Seraphin), Xavier Peltier (CTO Exki), Alexandra Fernandez (Travelsify).
Our alumni also works at MadKings, Solvay, Deloitte, HSBC, Make it, Renault Digital, Capco, Exki, Smoovin, Sortlist, Accenture, Pootsy, CitizenLab, Osimis, ICIJ, The Family, BNP, Spreds, Prospect.io, Smart, JDI, Ernst & Young, Drawbotics, McKinsey & Co.,Google Deepmind.