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trainNplace to a Java Web Developer Career

Lithan’s trainNplace Bootcamp (Java Web Development) is a 3 months full-time on campus bootcamp where learners train to be a full-stack web developer. As part of our digital job induction series, learners will get the opportunity to gain skill sets to be able to code in Java and join one of the more sought after jobs in the digital world. Join us and get placed into a Java web development career!

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Applied Learning Delivers Work Ready Skilled Graduates

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Job Ready in 3 Months*

We get you job ready in as little as 3 months with our full-time, 432 hours coding bootcamp where you undergo rigorous training from 9 am – 6 pm daily with mentoring support from our industry practitioner.

Learner will acquire skills in Web Development using HTML, CSS, JavaScript and will understand basic constructs of Java, data types, variables, Operators and Control Statements along with OOPS concepts in Java.

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Enhanced Portfolio through Project Implementation

Engage in work integrated applied learning through project implementations.

Hands-on experience acquired through project implementation allow you to sharpen your skills and help build your professional portfolio to create a showcase to your prospective clients, employers and peers.

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Job Placement Services

By signing up to Lithan's training programmes, you get to work one on one with our committed career Career Coaches to place you into an organisation where you can gain at least 6 months of job experience.

Leave your details below so we can get one of our Career Coaches to get in contact with you!

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Global Exposure & Network

Through our global campus and strong international networks, learners get to experience the different cultures and to work with talents from various countries. Learners may choose to study in any of Lithan's campuses in Singapore, India, Malaysia, Myanmar.

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Future Ready

Digital Career

Given the digital revolution, it is no secret that tech careers are flourishing.

According to a recent survey by Glassdoor, 14 of the 25 highest paying in-demand top jobs for 2015 are in technology. Software Development is ranked #1 top job by U.S. Bureau of Labour Statistics. A new global study by Evans Data says that demand for web developers is growing at 25% a year.

An experienced web developer can command up to USD 160,000/year. Source: indeed.com

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What I get

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Who should attend and prerequisites
Who should attend
Professionals and pre-diploma graduates who want to develop front end & JAVA Programming Skills may enroll into this bootcamp to gain skills and be trained to be a full-stack web developer.
Prerequisites

Educational Qualification: Pre-diploma or higher

Language Proficiency: IELTS 5.0 or its equivalent

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Curriculum
Module 1: Front End Programming
  • IU1: Website Design Concepts
  • IU2: HTML Basics
  • IU3: Advanced HTML & Web Browsers
  • IU4: Structuring & Styling with CSS
  • IU5: Working with CSS - An Example
  • IU6: JavaScript Basics
  • IU7: Advanced Javascript
  • IU8: Basic interactivity with jQuery 
  • IU9: Advanced interactivity with jQuery
  • IU10: HTML5 & CSS3
  • IU11: Rich Internet Application Concepts
  • IU12: Developing Rich Internet Applications 
  • IU13: Rich Internet Application Case Study
  • IU14: Web Standards
  • IU15: Application Development Standards
  • IU16: Testing Interactive Websites
Module 2: Programming in Java
  • IU1: Introduction to Java
  • IU2: Introduction to Java Variables & Data Types
  • IU3: Operators & Control Statements
  • IU4: Data Types in Java
  • IU5: OOPS Concepts in Java - Part 1  
  • IU6: OOPS Concepts in Java - Part 1
  • IU7: OOPS Concepts in Java - Part 3
  • IU8: Introduction to Databases
  • IU9: Introduction to MySQL and JDBC
  • IU10: Databases Requirement Analysis
  • IU11: Database Analysis & Design
  • IU12: Reading Data using JDBC
  • IU13: Managing Data using JDBC
  • IU14: Java RMI
  • IU15: Java GUI Programming
  • IU16: Building Java Solution
  • IU17: Testing & Documentation Java Solutions
  • IU18: Database Security, Backup & Restore
  • IU19: Database Scalability
Module 3: Java Framework
  • IU1: Collections In Java Part - 1         
  • IU2: Collections In Java Part - 2
  • IU3: Data Structure
  • IU4: Exception Handling
  • IU5: Multithreading
  • IU6: Searching and Sorting Algorithms
  • IU7: Servlet
  • IU8: Advance Servlet 
  • IU9: Enterprise Java Beans
  • IU10: Struts
  • IU11: Java Server Faces
  • IU12: Hibernate
  • IU13: Database Design for Java Applications
  • IU14: Database Security for Java Applications
  • IU15: Database Scalability for Java Applications 
  • IU16: UAT Planning & Process
  • IU17: UAT Environment, Tools & Artifacts
  • IU18: Test Results & Test Reports
Module 4: Application Integration Using Java
  • IU1: Introduction to Distributed Software Applications
  • IU2: Designing Distributed Software Applications
  • IU3: Implementing Distributed Software Applications
  • IU4: Testing Distributed Software Applications
  • IU5: Case Study: Distributed Software Applications
  • IU6: Configuration Management for Distributed Software Applications
  • IU7: Application Programming Interface
  • IU8: API Design
  • IU9: API Implementation
  • IU10: Web Services with Java
  • IU11: Web Services - Case Study
  • IU12: Web Services Testing

 

Module 5: Integrated Java Web Development Project
Learners will embark on a full-stack web development project under the guidance of our mentors.

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Course Fees

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